Donald Trump entered into general-election mode Tuesday night, seeking a pivot to unite the Republican Party against a common foe as it declared him its presumptive presidential nominee.’
“We’re going after Hillary Clinton,” Trump said during a victory speech at Trump Tower in New York.
“She will not be a great president. She will not be a good president. She will be a poor” president, he said of the Democratic frontrunner, his likely opponent in the general election.
After winning the Indiana primary Tuesday and knocking Ted Cruz out of the Republican race, Trump prepared for the road ahead, as did the party he is now set to lead.