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USA: "Why even have an election?" - Trump's that sure of himself02:03

USA: "Why even have an election?" - Trump's that sure of himself

United States, Washington DC
September 25, 2015 at 03:45 GMT +00:00 · Published

Business man, reality TV star and now Republican party presidential candidate hopeful Donald Trump addressed the Values Voter Summit in Washington DC, Friday, asking the audience "why do we even have to have an election?," due to his high poll results. Trump criticised the Republican Party sympathising television broadcaster, Fox News, for not even informing their audience that he came in second in their own poll.

The reality TV star continued, declaring "I am turning down millions of dollars," because he doesn't want "the lobbyists and special interest putting money into my campaign." Trump also took the opportunity to remind those present that he has made "made a tremendous amount of money, it's ridiculous," at this some in attendance whooped with apparent joy.

The businessman was speaking at the three-day summit, which is being held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The annual event is sponsored by the Family Research Council and is set to feature a number of speeches from the Republican Party presidential candidates.

USA: "Why even have an election?" - Trump's that sure of himself02:03
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Business man, reality TV star and now Republican party presidential candidate hopeful Donald Trump addressed the Values Voter Summit in Washington DC, Friday, asking the audience "why do we even have to have an election?," due to his high poll results. Trump criticised the Republican Party sympathising television broadcaster, Fox News, for not even informing their audience that he came in second in their own poll.

The reality TV star continued, declaring "I am turning down millions of dollars," because he doesn't want "the lobbyists and special interest putting money into my campaign." Trump also took the opportunity to remind those present that he has made "made a tremendous amount of money, it's ridiculous," at this some in attendance whooped with apparent joy.

The businessman was speaking at the three-day summit, which is being held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The annual event is sponsored by the Family Research Council and is set to feature a number of speeches from the Republican Party presidential candidates.