Donald Trump, who topped the polls throughout his GOP primary contest, on Tuesday said he doesn't believe the polls in his race against Hillary Clinton.
In a speech at a campaign event in Colorado Springs, Colo., the Republican nominee disputed national surveys showing his rival ahead.
"Now, even though we're doing pretty good in the polls, I don't believe the polls anymore," he said.
"I don't believe them. And if there's 10, there's one or two bad ones —that's the only one they show," he said. "Believe me, folks, we're doing great."
Trump said the Democrats should be worried about the dissatisfaction of millions of voters, comparing the mood to the one in Britain that resulted in a vote to leave the European Union.
"If we keep our spirit and if we go out and this is another Brexit, believe me," he said. "They are so worried. That's why they've become vicious and hostile and dirty because they see what's going on. This rally set up just a short while ago, look at the number of people packed, but every rally is the same way. Her rallies, very few people show up."
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