When Trump is leading in the polls, he can’t praise them enough. When he’s behind? The Hill reports:
Donald Trump cast doubt on general election polls that show him trailing Hillary Clinton, calling those polls “phony.”
“I see some great polls — I see one from the Los Angeles Times, just came out, where were ahead by 4 or 5 points. I see one from CNN where we are down,” the Republican presidential nominee told the crowd at a rally in Ashburn, Va., on Tuesday.
“I think these polls, I don’t know, there’s something about these polls, there’s something phony.”
He went on to hammer CNN characterizing the network as “negative all day long” and said the network’s ratings will go down because he won’t sit for an interview. Trump said CNN is asking for an interview with him for a documentary it’s doing, but he will refuse.