Donald Trump Says He Is the 'One Person' Hillary Clinton Doesn't Want to Run Against

PHOTO: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a speech at a rally in Oklahoma City, Feb. 26, 2016. PlaySue Ogrocki/AP Photo
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Donald Trump today brushed off a new poll that indicates he would lose against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, saying he is the “one person” Clinton doesn't want to face.

"I haven't even focused on Hillary Clinton," the Republican front-runner told "Good Morning America."

“I can tell you the one person that Hillary Clinton doesn't want to run against is me."

In the CNN-ORC poll released Monday, the New York real estate mogul would fall to Clinton, 52-44, while his main rivals, Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz, come out ahead of the Democratic front-runner by razor-thin margins.

“They’re [Rubio and Cruz] not going to get the nomination,” Trump said. “I will beat Hillary Clinton much more easily than anybody else.”

Trump also addressed the controversial support from former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, saying he “disavowed” Duke Friday before the weekend dustup.

“I disavow him every time I speak to somebody virtually,” Trump said.

When asked today by ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos whether he was prepared to make a clear statement renouncing all white supremacists, Trump responded, saying, “Of course, I am.”

He added: “There’s nobody that’s done so much for equality as I have.”

Trump went on to say he is not worried about splitting the Republican Party. “The party is going to get bigger,” Trump reiterated this morning. “The Republican Party is growing larger.”