Donald Trump on Wednesday acknowledged that he should focus more on Hillary Clinton, as opposed to the other battles he has been waging this week.
During an interview with the CBS affiliate in West Palm Beach, Trump was asked how he felt about his supporters who wish he would focus on Clinton more and who are concerned that he has been “baited into battles that distract you.”
“Well, I think that’s probably right. More focus on Hillary Clinton. She’s a disaster,” Trump said in response. “So, we’re going to focus more on Hillary Clinton. Absolutely.”
Following Trump’s relentless attacks on the parents of a deceased Muslim American soldier and hesitance to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) in his primary, reports indicate that staff at the Republican National Committee and Trump’s campaign are increasingly worried about the campaign.
But Trump dismissed reports that his campaign is in chaos during his interview with CBS12.
“I think the campaign’s doing very well. That’s just a false narrative that they put out, every about three weeks they put that out,” he said.
And he said that he’s not concerned about support from him from fellow Republicans given his decision not to back Ryan.
“I’m not concerned about anything. I think we’re gonna do really well. I was very forthright when I made certain statements,” Trump said. “And I’m happy with them. We’ll see what happens.”
Watch the interview via CBS12: