Donald Trump on Primary Wins, Facing Hillary Clinton

The GOP front-runner tells "GMA" how he will handle a contested convention and his comments that Clinton plays "the woman card."
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Let's talk to Donald Trump right now. He joins us by phone. Mr. Trump congratulations on the win. It looks like you won every county, every congressional district. The exit polls show 25% of the party say they won't vote for you in a general election. I know you believe you're the nominee right now. How do you win that 25% over. I think they will come over, George, as soon as they get in line, right now they're backing other candidates and they're backing somebody he, but they're going to come over. I've watched it all my life. I mean, they are angry, they're confused and they don't know how this is all happening and then all of a sudden it becomes love. It turns -- anger turns into love. I've seen it many, many times politically and in other parts of life and that's the way it is. You are getting a lot of buzz about those comments you made about Hillary Clinton. If Hillary were a man I don't think she'd get 5% of the vote. What did you mean by that? It struck a lot of your critics as sexist. It's not sexist. It's true. Just very, very true statement. If she were a man she'd get 5%. 600,000 votes. She's gotten 12 million votes. She is a flawed candidate. She is a candidate that, frankly, is I think -- she's not going to do very well in the election and I look forward to showing that and, frankly, you just look at her votes. You look at her -- even Bernie sanders said she has bad judgment. I mean, Bernie sanders himself said she has bad judgment. That's a big statement to make. That's a statement worse than many of the statements I've made against people I'm running against. You heard her response. She said she wants to be dealt in on that woman card charge and said she wants -- she's for women's health, equal pay for women and paid family leave. Where you stand on hose. Women don't like Hillary and I did well with the women. The women gave me great marks and a great percentage but women do not like Hillary Clinton. That's been a known fact for a long time and she's going out there playing the women's card. In fact, she gets up and says, I'm a woman,s that that's what separates me so she has every right to be attacked on that front. She gets up and all she's saying is I'm a woman, I'm a woman and she didn't play that card too much with Obama, probably made a mistake not doing it but she's playing it against us. You know that most polls show she does better in a national election with women than you do. That's okay. I mean, I haven't started on her yet. You know, polls showed that Jeb bush did better than me and he failed an polls showed all these people I played, that I did, that I won against, 17 groups, that many of them did better than me and by the end I was much better than them and they left the race one by one. Now I have Hillary is going to be the next one and I look forward to taking her on. I think she'll be much easier than many of the governors and snoorts I knocked out. Ted Cruz still fighting even though you believe you're the nominee and you've heard that buzz he could be naming Carly fiorina as his running mate as early as today. Does that worry you at all. I think it would be a bad choice. I mean Carly did not resonate. Not because she's a woman, but Carly did not resonate at all with people. She had one good -- one good debate, not against me, she had the debate on the other stage, if you'll remember, remember we had so many -- we had so many candidates ahead of us on that stage but she had the one good debate she went up then she dropped like a rock and never resonated with the people so I mean Carly is not going to do the trick. I like Carly, nice person but she never resonated. She didn't do well. She went -- she was very low in the polls and by the end she was an insignificant player, so if you want to bring Carly back, that's okay. He's too early to do it and, frankly, he's wasting his time because he won't be the nominee. I have millions of votes more than him. 3 million more. I have millions of votes more than him. I have hundreds of delegates more than him. He came in third in four of the races last night. He didn't come in second. He came in third. It's over for Ted. Now, what are you going to did? He goes around on the weekends and buys up all the second round delegates. He buys them, you know, takes them out for hamburgers, takes them out for cake. He takes them out to hotel rooms. He takes them sightseeing. I have to get one more question in. Let me get one more. You're giving a major -- in I'm not focused on that. You're giving a major foreign policy speech today. How do you convince people they can trust you with the nuclear codes? Well, because I'm probably the last on the trigger. You know I was against the war in Iraq. Other people were for it. Hillary Clinton was for it. You were for it though before you were against it. No, I wasn't. I was never for it. I was against it. Before it ever started I was against it. And I was against it from before 2004. I was against the war in Iraq. And I was against it for years and bush used to hate me for being so against it and they sent people to the white house to try and convince me and all I'd say is it destabilized -- it will destabilize the middle east and Iran will take over the middle east and that's exactly what happened and we have Isis to top so they made a horrible decision, but Hillary Clinton voted for it and by the way, they did not knock down the world trade center, okay, just so we get that straight. Iraq did not knock down the world trade center which is in theory why we went in there and went after them. Donald Trump, thank you for joining us this morning. Okay, George. Thank you very much.

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