Republican front runner Donald Trump said that if he loses the 2016 presidential elections, we shouldn’t expect to see him anymore.
During a rally in Maryland on Sunday, the business mogul said that he will not be sticking around to congratulate the one clinching the presidency.
Republican presidential candidates “fight like hell for six months, and they’re saying horrible things, the worst things you can imagine,” he said, as reported by The Hill. “And then one of them loses, one of them wins. And the one who loses says, ‘I just want to congratulate my opponent. He is a brilliant man, he’ll be a great governor or president or whatever.’”
“I’m not sure you’re ever going to see me there,” he said.
While he doesn’t think he is going to lose, “if I do, I don’t think you’re ever going to see me again, folks. I think I’ll go to Turnberry and play golf or something,” he said.
Speaking about those who win the elections, he said, “Half the times [the winners] put them in the administration, that’s how they get rid of them.”
As reported by Business Insider, Trump has talked about the endorsement he received from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Appreciating Christie’s endorsement, Trump said, “Generally speaking, I’m not big on endorsements.” He added, “This was an endorsement that really meant a lot.”
Nevertheless, the Republican front runner said that he expects to clinch the nomination ahead of July’s GOP convention, adding his liking for his chances of securing a win in all five states on Tuesday.
The New York Post reported that during the rally, he dubbed himself the “Wonderful Donald,” while referring to former secretary of state Hillary Clinton as “Crooked Clinton.”
“An election between Crooked Hillary and Wonderful Donald, it’ll be the biggest, most incredible vote-getting election in the history of our country,” he said.