WASHINGTON (AP) – Donald Trump is saying “the truth is that we’re winning” – and claims that “phony polls” are trying to suppress the vote.
Trump spoke Monday at a farmers’ roundtable in Florida. He insisted that his campaign is ahead, even though most polls show him trailing Hillary Clinton.
He told the crowd gathered next to a pumpkin patch in Boynton beach: “I believe we’re winning.”
He then, without evidence, blamed that several “mainstream” media polls for weighing their respondents with Democrats.
He also told reporters that he felt “very good” about his chances in Florida, a state that is essential for his White House hopes.