At a campaign stop in New Hampshire Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump takes aim at rival Sen. Ted Cruz calling him a ''hypocrite''. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION STORY: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to take aim at rival Sen. Ted Cruz, raising questions about how the Senator from Texas has raised funding to run for office, at a campaign stop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. "No matter what I said, he was very very nice, and I kept saying... when's Ted Cruz going to say something bad?," Trump said. "He finally went off the wagon and went a little crazy." "A lot of people don't like Ted, to put it mildly," Trump said. "He is being a great hypocrite, he talks about he's going to be Robin Hood... then we find out on his personal disclosure form he didn't disclose that he is borrowing a lot of money from Goldman Sachs, he said 'Oh, he forgot about Goldman Sachs.' But then today there's a story where he forgot another bank, Citibank," Trump said. The New York Times reported that Cruz, already facing scrutiny for not disclosing a Goldman Sachs loan he used for his 2012 Senate campaign, also failed to disclose a second loan, from Citibank, for the same race. "He obviously didn't want the voters to know he is totally controlled lock, stock and barrel by Citibank and Goldman Sachs," Trump said. "I think that is very hypocritical, I'll be honest with you."