Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he has no intention of leaving the race after media reports that suggested he was looking for an exit strategy. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Republican presidential candidate and billionaire businessman Donald Trump told reporters that he's still leading in all the polls and that he's "not going anywhere." Media reports over the last several days have said that Trump was starting to use language in his public appearances that would suggest he's contemplating a way to end his race, should he drop in the polls. Trump told reporters during a media appearance just before a campaign speech in Norcross, Georgia that the press had been "dishonest" about the issue. "So the answer is I'm loving it, we're leading, I'm in all the way," Trump said. Trump also said that, unlike his opponents, he's spent next to nothing on his advertising campaign. "I was expected to have spent about $20 million dollars on advertising up till now. You know how much I've spent? Zero," he said. Anti-establishment sentiment has shaped the campaign trail this year, with political neophytes such as real-estate mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump and retired surgeon Ben Carson outpacing more experienced candidates like former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, the early pick of wealthy donors.