Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he's ''taking the gloves off'' in the presidential race, saying, ''no more Mr. Nice Guy.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate donald Trump said he was "taking the gloves off" in the presidential race, saying, "no more Mr. Nice Guy." At a campaign event in Colorado Springs, Colorado he also decried recent security issues with email and other technology and said, "I like the Old Days." He said when it comes to military matters: "You want to attack, or you want to do something, it's called courier. It's called let's put it in an envelope and let's hand it to the general. Let's not send it over the wires so that everybody is probably reading it." Nationally, opinion polls show Trump moving into a slight lead after receiving his party's nomination at the convention in Cleveland. Clinton is likely to get a similar boost after the Democratic convention, where she was lauded by President Barack Obama and other senior Democrats as a tough fighter with a long-held passion for helping the underprivileged.