Donald Trump addressed some of the lingering criticisms of his campaign on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace, saying that he "understands where [his critics] are coming from" -- "I wasn't supposed to be here," he said, "this wasn't supposed to happen."
The GOP establishment, he added, "was supposed to pick a governor, a senator -- you know, a puppet, where they control them 100 percent."
He insisted that he's the only candidate on his side of the aisle capable of beating Hillary Clinton, because "I’m not one of these other guys that goes down, I don't go down -- I go up. My whole life has been about winning, I’m going to win."
Trump also promised that "if I win in two years after I win, I think we're going to have the happiest people in the world, OK?"
He returned the subject of Clinton, hilariously characterizing her as someone who has "got no strength, got no stamina -- everything she does is theatrical." Trump added that "she was truly -- if not the -- one of the worst Secretary of States in the history of this country. She talks about me being dangerous -- she's killed hundreds of thousands of people with her stupidity."
Proving that his conspiratorial thinking isn't limited to his embrace of birther criticisms of the current president, Trump went on to discuss Clinton's culpability for the most disastrous single event in American history according to Republicans currently vying for the White House -- Benghazi.
"Look at Libya, look at Benghazi. Our ambassador, he wired her five or six hundred times asking for help," he said. "But she'll take her friends' calls every time. Hillary Clinton doesn't have the judgment. She doesn't have the strength or the stamina to be president. She will be a terrible president."
Watch the entire interview below via Fox News.