The Latest: Trump: Romney afraid of me; I made more money

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In this March 1, 2016, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks on Super Tuesday primary election night at the White and Gold Ballroom at The Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. The possibility of Trump as Republican nominee _ and perhaps president _ is suddenly very real for the GOP in Congress. After months of denial that the billionaire businessman could swipe the nomination from more establishment candidates, senators faced reality on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Donald Trump speaks on Super Tuesday primary election night at the White and Gold Ballroom at The Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. Trump says during a rally in Portland, Maine, that Romney proved he’s a “choke artist” when he lost the 2012 presidential race to Barack Obama.  (Associated Press)

Donald Trump is responding to Mitt Romney’s evisceration of him by noting that that the 2012 GOP presidential nominee begged for Trump’s endorsement.

Trump says he could have “said, ‘Mitt, drop to your knees.’ He would have dropped to his knees.”

Trump was responding to Romney’s comments earlier, in which the former nominee and Massachusetts governor warned Republicans that Trump is a fake, a misogynist and dangerous.

Trump says during a rally in Portland, Maine, that Romney proved he’s a “choke artist” when he lost the 2012 presidential race to Barack Obama. He adds that Romney declined to run a third time this year because he was afraid of Trump.

Trump adds that he’s made more money than Romney.

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