"By the time it gets negotiated, it's going to be a different plan," he said.
"What happened is I was rough on Mitt because I didn't think they treated me properly."
"He is not anti-women. He's very pro-women," Paul Manafort said.
McCain said the GOP needs to back Donald Trump as the nominee.
"I think it's obvious there has to be outreach on his part to heal many of the wounds."
"I'm very pleased to say that it's happening even faster than we thought," the Trump aide said.
"I realize in many eyes, I would be a burden," she said.
"I'd like to have his support, but if he doesn't want to support me that's fine."
“No one has reached out to me yet," she told CBS.
Clinton said Trump's critics "understand how hard the job of being president is."