Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpNASA exec leading moon mission quits weeks after appointment The Hill's Morning Report — After contentious week, Trump heads for Japan Frustration boils over with Senate's 'legislative graveyard' MORE on Wednesday morning called for the Republican Party to unite after his series of wins on Tuesday while turning his sights on Democratic presidential rival Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonFrustration boils over with Senate's 'legislative graveyard' Poll: Nearly half of Clinton's former supporters back Biden Harris readies a Phase 2 as she seeks to rejuvenate campaign MORE.  

"I would love to see the party come together and unify," Trump said during a phone call on CNN's "New Day," panning a slew of attack ads against him airing in Florida ahead of next week's primary.
 
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"She'll definitely get the nomination," Trump said on CNN. "But losing Michigan is more than a bump in the general, because it's just the people don't want her."
 
"She's not going to bring back trade. You know, Michigan has been devastated by bad trade deals. She's in favor of trade deals. She's not gonna bring back trade, she's not gonna bring back businesses," Trump said.
 
Two of Trump's rivals, John Kasich and Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioFrustration boils over with Senate's 'legislative graveyard' Senate passes disaster aid bill after deal with Trump GOP senators work to get Trump on board with new disaster aid package MORE, are fighting for wins in their respective home states of Ohio and Florida in an effort to deny Trump the required number of delegates to secure the GOP nomination and force a brokered convention in July.
 
Trump said it'd be "pretty tough for anybody to do anything" if he wins those states, as he's currently leading Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzThe Hill's Morning Report — After contentious week, Trump heads for Japan Senate GOP votes to permanently ban earmarks Jim Carrey fires back at 'Joe McCarthy wanna-be' Cruz MORE in delegates, and noted he wouldn't hold off knocking his Republican opponents anytime soon.

"I am a uniter, but I have to finish off the project," he said. "You have to finish off what you have to finish off."
 
Trump also predicted a more cordial debate Thursday night when Republicans gather in Florida. "I think it will be a nicer, softer, lighter debate, I hope."
 
Trump referred to his recent conversation with Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanAmash storm hits Capitol Hill Debate with Donald Trump? Just say no Ex-Trump adviser says GOP needs a better health-care message for 2020 MORE (R-Wis.) on the House Republicans' agenda as "so great" and "very conciliatory."