Trump Does Damage Control In Final Pitch To Wisconsin Voters

If Donald Trump is worried about finishing second in Wisconsin's presidential primary, he's refusing to let his supporters catch on.

The Republican front-runner arrived in the Badger State Monday for a triple-hitter, with a campaign rally every few hours, and promised his supporters there would be "a lot of celebrating" Tuesday night, after Wisconsin voters cast their ballots.

But the billionaire's characteristic confidence comes on the heels of his two toughest weeks since voting began and widespread skepticism about his chances of pulling off a victory in Tuesday's nominating contest.

"If Donald Trump doesn't win the Republican nomination, he's going to look back at last week and and frankly, he's not going to have anyone to blame but himself," veteran GOP strategist Ford O'Connell told the Washington Examiner.

Read more from Gabby Morrongiello at The Washington Examiner

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