From the November 8 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): What is it like on your plane as you're about to do events? You monitor other channels and see what your opponent's doing. And it's hard not to see, while you are getting huge crowds on your own. There's Bon Jovi, there's a president, there's a first lady, there's the former president Bill Clinton, there's Lady Gaga, all coming out to fill up the square in Philadelphia. Does that get intimidating to you?
DONALD TRUMP: No, because she can't fill up the rooms. She was getting very poor crowds and then all of the sudden she got these people. In the case of Jay Z, the language he used was terrible. She talks about me and the language was unbelievable that Jay Z and Beyoncé used and frankly, a lot of people left and they left because of the language, and then they left when the performance was done, and there weren't too many people in the room. She would have been better off not having them, but she uses that. I could do that too but I'm filling up rooms Just on the basis of what I'm saying. I don't need anybody to fill up the room. We fill up -- last night, we had 28,000 people at 1:30, 1:00, practically 1:00 in the morning. 28,000 people in Michigan --
KILMEADE: That's amazing.
TRUMP: And by the way, we had 22,000 people in New Hampshire. The big arena. It was incredible last night. And I will say, I have the best surrogates. I have my kids, I have my family. Don, Ivanka, Eric, Tiffany, all of them, they go around and they make speeches. They are better than the people that you just said.