Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump slams the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia for not having American flags on the stage a week after he says he received one of the ''biggest bounces'' in the polls from the Republican convention. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump campaigned with his vice presidential pick Mike Pence in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, where Trump criticized the Democratic National Convention currently taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Trump criticized Clinton for apparently not having American flags on the stage of the convention, bragging about the number of flags at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week. "Somebody said, 'I can't see you Mr. Trump', I said, 'That's okay, we'll leave it that way,'" he said. Trump went on to say that a media outlets reported that his boost in the polls following the Republican National Convention was one of the "biggest bounces" ever seen.