The Hill– Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump early Tuesday dismissed polling showing a tight race on Election Day with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
“I do think a lot of the polls are purposely wrong,” he said during a telephone interview on Fox News’s “Fox and Friends.”Trump predicted wins in the battleground states of Iowa and New Hampshire, but ultimately said, “Who knows what’s going to happen?”
“I will not consider it great if I don’t win,” Trump added.
Trump made a final pitch to voters, saying he will strengthen the military, help veterans, secure borders, “terminate” ObamaCare and “save” the Second Amendment.
“We have a great, great country. We have tremendous potential. Definitely go out and vote,” he concluded.