Donald Trump Sees No Need to Tone Down His Campaign

PHOTO:Donald Trump speaks at a rally, March 13, 2016, in Boca Raton, Fla.
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Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump today said that despite some of the recent violence at his rallies, he has no plans to change the script.

"Well, I don't think I should be toning it down," the real estate mogul told “Good Morning America” in an interview this morning. "We have had very little difficultly."

Trump also discussed his request that his team look into the details surrounding a 78-year-old supporter who allegedly punched a protester at a Trump rally in North Carolina last week. "I haven't looked at it yet," Trump said today. "I don't condone violence; maybe that's why I wouldn't do it," he added, a reference to the possibility of paying for the man's legal fees.

"Nobody has asked me for fees and I haven't even seen it, so I never said I would," Trump said this morning.

Asked whether he is ready for a contested convention, the New York businessman told George Stephanopoulos "we're going to have to see how we do today," later adding he believed he would "do great in Ohio."

Trump is off the trail today but will hold a news conference at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, after primary results in Florida, Missouri, Ohio and Illinois.