Speaking at a town-hall forum in New Hampshire, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump tells his crowd, ''You know what's happening to Jeb's crowd right down the street? They're sleeping.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Wednesday (August 19) spoke to reporters against rival Jeb Bush saying "I don't see how he's electable." Trump then spoke at a school auditorium in Derry, New Hampshire, just a short drive from where Bush was speaking and told his crowd, "You know what's happening to Jeb's crowd right down the street? They're sleeping." Trump, one of 17 candidates looking to win the party's presidential nomination for the 2016 election, has stirred controversy for his comments on immigration and has vowed to bring jobs back to the United States that have moved overseas, although he has yet to offer a detailed economic plan. The real estate mogul has rocketed to the top of the polls.