Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail telling a crowd in New Hampshire, ''We have to be unpredictable.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
--QUALITY AS INCOMING-- ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail after the Christmas holiday telling a crowd in Nashua, New Hampshire, "We have to be unpredictable" Trump criticized President Barack Obama -- and said that if elected President he "would be the greatest jobs President that God ever created." When a demonstrator was evicted from the campaign event he told the crowd, "The first time this happened I was rough, I said get him out of here -- I want him out of here and the next day they said Trump was brutal and horrible -- he is a horrible human being." He said, "the next time it happened I said be nice, be really nice, don't hurt him, please don't hurt him, the next day they said 'Trump is a much weaker person than we thought'. I can't win." He finished up the event saying, "The American Dream is dead, but I am going to make it bigger and stronger and more powerful and more beautiful than ever." A national rolling five-day Reuters/Ipsos survey issued on Dec. 24. showed Trump at 39.3 percent, Ted Cruz at 12.8 percent Ben Carson's 9.6 percent and Sen. Marco Rubio at 8.5 percent.