Trump Says His Campaign Is a 'Movement': 'Not So Silent, But Definitely a Majority'
Donald Trump joined "Hannity" in Phoenix ahead of tomorrow's primary in Arizona.
Sean asked the GOP frontrunner about the possibility of a contested convention, what he thinks of his Republican rivals and more.
Trump said he started running for president because he couldn't stand what was happening with the country.
"And then it turned out that a lot of people felt the same way," he said. "I had no idea this was going to happen. It's like a movement."
“You could call it the silent majority," he continued. "You can call it the noisy majority. I mean it’s not so silent, but it is definitely a majority.”
Trump also downplayed comments by his opponents on the Democratic side who have said they want to run against Trump.
"When they say they want to run against you, that means they don't want to run against you."