Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told reporters in Bismarck, North Dakota that if world leaders are rattled by him, ''That's a good thing.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told reporters in Bismarck, North Dakota that if World leaders are rattled by him, "That's a good thing." Trump also took aim at comments from President Barack Obama who is in Japan who said the billionaire seeks tweets over solutions and has "rattled" foreign leaders with his pronouncements. He said that Obama has created a "divided" country, we have "tremendous difficulty, tremendous problems and we are going to solve those problems." Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to secure the party's presidential nomination, the Associated Press reported on Thursday, citing its own delegate count. A small number of unbound delegates said they would support Trump at the party's July convention, the AP reported, pushing the billionaire businessman over the 1,237-delegate threshold he needed to avoid a contested convention ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Trump, a billionaire New York real estate magnate and former reality TV star, had become the presumptive Republican nominee earlier this month when his final two rivals dropped out of the race. But securing the necessary delegates effectively ends Trump's primary campaign, in which he outlasted 16 other Republicans seeking the nomination.