Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pays tribute to U.S. veterans on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial over the holiday weekend and tells supporters ''we're going to win win win. We are going to win so much.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump took his campaign to the Reflecting Pool in front of the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday, where he gave a speech focusing on veterans affairs and wait times for healthcare. He spoke at the Rolling Thunder event, an annual gathering of veterans, who ride on their motorcycles to the National Mall on Memorial Day weekend to honor U.S. prisoners of war and those missing-in-action. Trump accused his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of praising the Department of Veterans Affairs for recent progress made there. But Trump cited a personal interaction he had with a veteran who experienced a delay in treatment because his doctor went on vacation, which the Republican presidential candidate said shows there's more work to be done. "Thousands of people are dying waiting in line to see a doctor. That is not going to happen anymore," Trump said. Trump has clinched the number of delegates needed to become the presumptive Republican nominee ahead of the nominating convention.