Trump: "There's Something Phony" About This Week's CNN Poll

At a rally in Ashburn, Virginia on Tuesday, Donald Trump called this week's CNN general election tracking poll into question, saying there is something "phony" about the numbers. <blockquote>DONALD TRUMP: I see some great polls -- One from the Los Angeles Times that just came out showing me ahead by four or five points. I see one from CNN where we're down. I think these polls-- I don't know, there's something these polls, where there's something phony. I don't watch CNN, they're so negative all day long. </blockquote> CNN's poll released Monday <a href="">showed him down 9 points to Hillary Clinton</a>, while CNN's poll last week showed him <a href="">up 3 points</a>. "It's all Trump, all day long," he said about CNN. "And you know what? Their ratings are going down... Because I don't do interviews [there] anymore." "CNN treats me so badly it is unbelievable," he said. "And I don't watch, I don't watch -- You learn to live good. You learn to stay healthy, have a good, common, smart mind by turning off the negative. Turn it off! Just turn it off." Watch the full campaign rally: <iframe width="640" height="360" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>