President Trump, offering only a mildly confident view of his prospects, said Tuesday he will declare victory “only when there’s victory.”
“There’s no reason to play games. I look at it as being a very, a very solid chance of winning here. I don’t know how they rate the chances,” Trump said on “Fox & Friends” during a morning phone interview. “I think a lot of that has to do with the tremendous crowd size.”
Calling in 45 minutes late, with his voice sounding scratchy after a late night rally in Michigan, Trump said he planned further phone calls later today to “very loyal” people and a visit to his campaign headquarters.
“It’s been a great run, an incredible three weeks,” Trump said of his final campaign sprint. He called his last stretch of campaigning “emotional” knowing it could be his final time as a candidate.