It's not just about a crowd size. It's about this constant — you know, 'He's not going to run.' Then 'If he runs, he's going to drop out'. Then, 'If he runs, he can't win,' 'There's no way he can win Pennsylvania,' 'There's no way he can win Michigan.' There is this constant theme to undercut the enormous support that he has. And I think that it's just unbelievably frustrating when you're continually told it's not big enough, it's not good enough, you can't win....He's gone out there and defied the odds over and over and over again. And he keeps getting told what he can't do by this narrative that's out there. And he exceeds it every single time. And I think there's an overall frustration when you — when you turn on the television over and over again and get told that there's this narrative that you didn't win. You weren't going to run. You can't pick up this state....And then to hear, 'Well, look at this [camera] shot,' and it's not — 'It wasn't that big.' It's a little demoralizing, because when you're sitting there and you're looking out and you're in awe of just how awesome that view is and how many people are there and you go back and you turn on the television and you see shots of comparing this and that. And then you look at the stuff that's happening.
January 24, 2017 at 12:05 PM EST