Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he likes his odds against Democrats, saying he would love to run against Clinton and calling Sanders a ''Communist.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he likes his odds against Democrats, saying he would love to run against Hillary Clinton and calling Sen. Bernie Sanders a "Communist" at a campaign rally in Tampa, Florida. "I don't know if Hillary is going to get a chance to win, by the way I am beating her in the polls," Trump said. "I'd love to run against her, I would also love to run against the Communist, ....I never thought we would see the day in our country, when a Communist...when a Communist is the leading Democrats," Trump said. "We are going to have a Communist against an entrepreneur, I like the entrepreneur right?," he asked. Speaking about the Clinton email controversy he said, "What I don't understand is Hillary, when you see 19,000 and then 10,000, and then 2,000, how can you do that many? What is she doing," Trump asked. "What is going on?," Trump asked. "It's interesting with Hillary and the e-mails," Trump said. "We all send out stuff, I am not a big believer in e-mails...it's no good." On Saturday republican presidential candidates will take the stage at CBS News' televised debate on Saturday, with Trump flanked by rivals Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush, the network said. Earlier this week, while Trump had been expected to win New Hampshire's nominating contest, he swamped the Republican field by almost 20 points, demonstrating that his anti-establishment supporters could be relied on to show up and vote.