The outlet reports that during a conference call on Monday, Trump said: "We will overcome. And I've always won and I’m going to continue to win. And that's the way it is." He apparently didn't seem interested in apologizing whatsoever.
The business mogul has churned up a lot of disapproval among GOP leaders in recent days following his repeated digs at Judge Curiel.
"I don't think it reflects well on the Republican Party, I don't think it reflects well on us as a nation. All I can tell you is I ran for president, I warned you what was going to happen. I consistently said, 'You know, if he became the nominee we would face these sorts of difficult choices we now have,'" Marco Rubio told WFTV.
"The statements this week on the judge — that's a new level because it's not just ill-informed or ignorant statements," Republican Sen. Jeff Flake told MSNBC.
"This is one of the worst mistakes Trump has made. I think it's inexcusable," Newt Gingrich told Fox News.
Gingrich — who's a Trump supporter — goes on to point out that Curiel is an American and was born in Indiana. The Trump University trial is set for Nov. 28, which is after the presidential election.
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