Transcript for Donald Trump Takes Over Late Night While Rick Perry Drops Out of Presidential Race
Now, though, to the race for president. It's "Your voice, your vote." And Donald Trump the latest candidate to hit a late night talk show with the second debate just days away now and sure to be a spectacle the republican front-runner is under fire from his opponents but and this is completely unsurprising he is not backing down not even slightly and ABC's Mary Bruce is on the story now from the white house. Mary, good morning. Reporter: Hey, Dan, good morning with the next republican debate days away and Donald Trump still surging his fellow candidates are fed up and fighting back against the front-runner's insults and controversial comments. But it seems trump isn't backing down. This morning, Donald Trump is making no apologies for his brash signature style. I will absolutely apologize sometime in the hopefully distant future if I'm ever wrong. Reporter: Why would he have regrets? Trump's behavior has catapulted him to the front of the pack. When I first announced for president they wanted me to apologize because I brought up illegal immigration. Reporter: The front-runner reflecting on NBC. Okay, Cindy, you're fired. Reporter: The network that dump trump for those offensive comments about Mexican mathieus. They're bringing drug, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. Reporter: The Donald now settling his feud with NBC in typical trump fashion by writing a check. 63rd annual miss universe pageant. Reporter: The billionaire buying the network of its half ownership of the miss universe organization tweeting he just settled all lawsuits and now owns 100% of the pageant. I'm running for the presidency of the United States. Reporter: And this morning another republican candidate who says he has no regrets. Former Texas governor Rick Perry becoming the first 2016er to bow out after struggling in the polls and raising little cash. I'm susz pending my campaign for the presidency of the united States. Reporter: And then there were just 16. Now, out on the campaign trail the trump fever continues to grow. So much so that people are reportedly scalping tickets to trump's big campaign rally in Dallas. You can get them online for upwards of $200 a pair. Just 16 but feels like just one. Mary, thank you.
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