Trump: Michigan Primary Loss Reveals How Weak Hillary Is as a Candidate
Donald Trump appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to react to last night's presidential primaries and what they mean for the 2016 race.
Trump picked up big wins in Michigan, Mississippi and Hawaii, with Ted Cruz winning only one state, Idaho.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton won Mississippi, but Bernie Sanders pulled off a shocking upset in Michigan, beating Clinton despite trailing by double digits in most polls.
Trump called for the Republican Party to stop the infighting and "come together" around his campaign. He said that's how they'll defeat the Democratic candidate, whether it's Clinton or Sanders.
As for the Democrats, Trump said that last night's results show that Clinton is not as strong as a candidate as many people assumed.
"Hillary lost Michigan and it was a huge upset. Every poll said she was going to win it easily and she lost. And it just tells you how weak she is as a candidate," Trump stated.
When Brian Kilmeade asked Trump how he compares to Sanders, who appears to be his polar opposite in nearly every way, the GOP front-runner said that he and the Vermont senator are actually in agreement that the U.S. is being "ripped off on trade."
He said the difference between them on that front, however, is that Sanders can't do anything about it.
"It will just sit there and rot," Trump said. "I will fix it and make sure we profit from trade, whereas he will just end the trade. And that is not as good an answer as my answer. We are going to make a lot of money off these countries that are right now ripping us off."
Watch the full "Fox and Friends" interview above.