YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Donald Trump called in to Dan Rivers’ NewsRadio 570 WKBN show on Monday morning.
The Republican presidential nominee was on the line ahead of his campaign stop in Columbus. They spent a few moments talking about the campaign and Trump’s unusual political approach.
“You hit people like John Kasich and Marco Rubio really hard, tagging them with names. Couldn’t you have won without that much vitriol?” Rivers asked.
Trump said he honestly didn’t know.
“They were nasty to me, very nasty, and I don’t know that I would have. Someone said to me, ‘Oh, would you be more presidential?’ and it’s easier to be presidential, much easier.”
Trump also talked about his plan for the country and the release of ‘Hillary’s America,’ a movie about his Democratic opponent.
“I hear it’s a disaster. I hear it’s true but look, she’s a disaster. Even the crowds that she had, she had very small crowds when she went to the various places this weekend, she had very small crowds,” he said.
Clinton visited East High School on Saturday. The event was filled to capacity and some people had to be turned away.
Trump stopped at the Youngstown Warren Regional Airport in March. He told Rivers that he plans on coming back to the area again before the election.