Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says his campaign is about breaking up the ''special interest monopoly'' in Washington, D.C.. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters in Toledo, Ohio that his campaign is about breaking up so-called "special interest" groups who he says influence politics in Washington, D.C. "We're trying to disrupt the collusion between the wealthy donors, the large corporations, and the media executives. They're all part of the same political establishment. They go to the same restaurants, they attend the same conferences, they have the same friends and connections," Trump said. Trump told supporters that such alleged special interest groups are more concerned with outsourcing jobs for their own personal gain than they are the American worker. "I am not running to be president of the world, I'm running to be president of the United States," he added.