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Chris Wallace Asks Donald Trump: Are You 'Blowing Your Campaign?'

Chris Wallace got down to the nitty gritty with Trump.
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Fox' Chris Wallace began his show Fox News Sunday, by listing Donald Trump's most recent missteps on the campaign trail. The fallout from his statements on abortion and how he offended both pro and anti choice groups. His comments on Heidi Cruz, his support for Corey Lewandowski, and his insane remarks about letting more countries develop nukes. Wallace also touched on this problem too.

The growing knock on you is that you haven't thought these things through. You haven’t studied. That you wing it too often.

When he actually started the interview, he became very aggressive in the opening line of questions.

WALLACE: This may sound harsh, but are you in the process of blowing your campaign for president?

TRUMP: I don't think so. I just got great polls from NBC nationwide. I think that we're doing very well.

Don't forget, you have been thinking about that or given me that question numerous times over the last, since June 16th.

I've had that statement made many times; he just blew his campaign, only to end up having higher poll numbers.

Wallace has been pretty hard on most of the presidential candidates and it is refreshing to see.

During the entire interview he questioned Donald's positions on all his recent bugaboos, including his crazy abortion statements including, NATO and giving nukes to Japan and South Korea.

Wallace also got him to admit that that attacking Heidi Cruz' looks was not a good thing either.

TRUMP: No, I would say probably not. If I had it to do again, I probably wouldn't have sent it. I didn't think it was particularly bad, but I probably wouldn't have sent it.

Here's the full transcript via FOX.


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