Donald Trump's Teleprompters give out on him on stage in Charlotte, North Carolina. ''I actually like my speech better without Teleprompters,'' the Republican presidential nominee told the crowd. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump got to return to what he said was his preferred mode of public speaking during a campaign rally in Charlotte on Friday -- without a Teleprompter. Trump was in the middle of his speech when he admitted his Teleprompter hadn't been working for some time. "By the way, these Teleprompters haven't been working for the last 20 minutes, and I actually like my speech better without Teleprompters," he said. He went on to dismantle one of the monitors, and said he wouldn't pay the contractor for the malfunctioning devices.