Mitt Romney easily won in Nevada Saturday—a result he had also achieved in 2008, and a feat that the polls (and Newt Gingrich) predicted before Donald Trump endorsed Romney. But never mind all that, Trump is just going to take credit for the victory. "There was a lot riding on that particular race in Nevada and it was interesting, because the numbers were much, much greater than you thought," Trump said on Fox and Friends today. "And a lot of people are giving me credit for that. And I will accept that credit."
But sorry, Donald: Mediaite notes that a recent poll actually found that Trump's endorsement caused 41% of Nevada caucus-goers to view Romney more negatively. More from the Donald's interview in Mediaite's video below, including why he chose Romney over Gingrich and his thoughts on Iran. (Read more Donald Trump stories.)