Transcript for Donald Trump Promises Third-Party Run Decision
We turn now to the race for 2016. Donald Trump out on the trail and today, promising an answer and he's not the only candidate making headlines. ABC's Devin Dwyer has the latest. Thank you. Reporter: Today, don naald trump campaigned in the country music capital. I love Nashville. Reporter: A rare stop in red state Tennessee, with more tough talk on immigration. Why can't our children that are in the country, why can't they be the dreamers? Nobody ever talks about that. We talk about illegal immigrants, who, by the way, are treated better than our vets. Reporter: Trump greeted by protesters. One business asking trump to please leave soon. I'm getting the hell out of here. I'm going back to New York. Do you mind? Reporter: Trump's rhetoric rubbing off on the other candidates. Lagging in the polls, New Jersey governor Chris Christie says immigrants should be tracked like FedEx packages. We need to have a system that tracks you from the moment you come in and then when your time is up, then we go get you. Reporter: Trump going after a new target. Hillary Clinton's top aide, huma abedin and her husband, former New York congressman Anthony Weiner. She's married to a guy who obviously is psychologically disturbed. Reporter: The Clinton campaign responding southwestly, safing "There is no place for patently false personal attacks toward a staff member." While Mrs. Clinton is back on vacation this weekend, trump is out in force, drawing donors and big endorsements, like this one from Sarah Palin. Everything about Donald Trump's campaign is avant-garde and he is crushing it in the polls. Reporter: Trump still has not ruled out an independent run, if he loses the republican primary. But today, Cecilia, he said he's close to taking a pledge that he will not, saying he thinks people will be very happy with his decision. Cecilia? Devin Dwyer covering it off. Thank you.
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