Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he plans to mend earlier tensions he's had with the Republican Party and work to raise $1 billion to beat likely Hillary Clinton in the general election this November.
"We're going to try and raise over a billion dollars which is what's going to be necessary. The Democrats maybe will get as high as two billion dollars," Trump said in an interview with NBC Nightly News.
Trump quickly pivoted to focusing on his likely Democratic rival after Ohio Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the race.
Trump cited Clinton's "bad judgment" as a reason for voters to avoid her, and referenced Sen. Bernie Sanders' criticism that Clinton was unqualified to be president.
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But he refused to say how brutal his attacks may turn as the campaign rolls on. "If they are fair, I'll be fair," he said.
"I'd like to see a very high-level, policy-oriented campaign, if they treat me properly I'm going to treat them properly, it would be a very beautiful thing to see," he added.
Clinton shot her own barbs at Trump on Wednesday, calling him a "loose cannon" and releasing a new montage ad using the criticisms of Trump's former rivals against him.