Trump: Rivals Are Attacking Me Because They're Growing More Desperate
With Super Tuesday right around the corner, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump joined Sean Hannity at Valdosta State University in Georgia to weigh in on the state of the 2016 race.
Trump, who is leading in all the Super Tuesday states except Texas, said that his competitors - like Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz - are now aggressively attacking him because they're growing increasingly desperate.
He said it's becoming clear that he's the GOP's best bet to take on Hillary Clinton in the general election.
That is, Trump said, if she makes it that far with her mounting legal troubles.
"First of all, I find it hard to believe she's going to be allowed to run," Trump said. "What she has done is so criminal."
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