“Go out and vote; The media is extremely dishonest, and I think a lot of the polls are phony.”
November 8, 2016
GOP nominee Donald Trump delivered one final message to viewers of Fox & Friends this morning ahead of today’s election, saying that he believes he is going to win, but warning that some polls are ‘purposely wrong’ so everyone must go and vote.
The media is extremely dishonest, and I think a lot of the polls are phony.” Trump declared.
“I don’t think they even interview people, I think they just put out phony numbers.”
Trump also commented on CNN’s bias.
“I think it’s terrible… and more terrible than that is the fact that Hillary Clinton got the questions to the debates.” Trump said, referring to Clinton receiving a heads up  from Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile, who was working with CNN.
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“If you were in West Point, and you got the questions like that, they would throw you out of the school if you didn’t report it.” Trump exclaimed
“She took the questions and got the answers.” Trump said.
“We have a great, great country. We have tremendous potential. Definitely go out and vote,” Trump said, adding “I will not consider it great if I don’t win.”
While saying he was confident, Trump admitted that there is potential for anything to happen.
“Who knows what happens?” he said.
“I think we’ve been doing very well in a lot of states. I was hoping to do well in North Carolina, well in Florida. I think they’re very important. I think we’re doing well there. We’re doing very well in New Hampshire. Ohio is doing well,” Trump said.
“We’re going to win Iowa. Iowa, likewise, we’ve had such a great experience there. We’re going to win Iowa, New Hampshire. We’re going to win a lot of states.” Trump said.
Trump said he believes Michigan can be flipped Republican for the first time in almost 20 years.
“I think we’re going to do well in Michigan, and I will tell you, we’re getting very good reports out of Wisconsin,” Trump said.
“Who knows what happens? Ultimately, I think we’re going to win.”
Trump spoke of celebrities endorsing Hillary, saying that she “can’t fill up rooms” and needs to lean on the support of popular cultural figures to attract casual voters.
“I’m filling up rooms just on the basis of what I’m saying.” Trump said, noting that last night he attracted 28,000 to a rally, and a further 10,000 that couldn’t get in.
Elsewhere Trump vowed to terminate Obamacare and come up with a better healthcare system at a faction of a cost. He also vowed to protect the Second Amendment and “remember the Supreme Court.”
Trump said he is determined to win and will “consider it a waste of time effort and money” if he does not.