Trump: No regrets about snubbing debate

Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpSanders says leaked DNC emails don't change his support for Clinton Poll: Trump up in battleground states after convention Donald Trump Jr. not ruling out run for public office MORE says he has no regrets about snubbing Thursday’s GOP debate to hold his own event instead, bragging his fundraiser for veterans was bigger and more fun.
"We gave a tremendous performance with lots of different people for the veterans," Trump said in an interview with "Face the Nation" scheduled to air Sunday. 
"And we raised ... six million dollars. And we had less than a day to do it. … And on top of that, we got great coverage. Because the debate was not as exciting as what we did."
Host John Dickerson asked Trump whether he went overboard in pulling out of the debate over a mocking press release by Fox News earlier this week.
“You were offended. … Aren't you being a little too politically correct?” he asked.
"You know what I did? I went out, and I raised $6 million for vets," Trump replied. "That's more important, frankly, than doing a debate.”

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