Trump knocks WSJ editorial board, says 'nobody cares'

Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpChelsea Clinton attends Muslim solidarity rally in NYC Pentagon chief: 'I don’t have any issues with the press' Kasich: The media is 'an important part of democracy' MORE went on a Twitter rant about The Wall Street Journal Thursday after the paper published a scathing editorial Wednesday night about the real estate mogul.

Trump appeared especially irked the paper noted that Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonChelsea Clinton attends Muslim solidarity rally in NYC Congressional Black Caucus expected to meet with Trump soon Why liberals should accept a conservative carbon tax plan MORE has received more actual votes than he has, given that the Republican was facing a more crowded field.
 
 
 
The editorial knocked Trump for refusing to participate in a Fox News debate next week that has since been canceled and, despite claiming not to care, Trump tweeted a third time, calling the Wall Street Journal editorial board "dummies."
 
 
The editorial also slammed Trump for his unwillingness to consult with foreign policy experts and his comments about the possibility of a riot breaking out if he falls short of enough delegates to secure the nomination.
 
"Maybe Mr. Trump figures he can keep blustering his way to the White House," the editorial reads. "But the anti-Trump coalition could grow if voters see a front-runner who won’t debate, threatens riots if he doesn’t win, and whose foreign-policy brain trust consists of one brain."