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Donald Trump: GOP leaders are ‘already calling’ me

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Speaking to TODAY by telephone, Republican front-runner Donald Trump says Gov. John Kasich is “not such a popular guy” in his home state of Ohio; “he’s 0 for 22” in terms of primaries, Trump says. He also shares that “the biggest people in the party” are “already calling” to sit down with him as the presumptive GOP nominee. “We’ve brought millions of people in and they’re voting in the primaries,” he says, who are going to “give us a tremendous victory in November.” He also dismisses a new ad campaign against him that focuses on his remarks about women.