CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump predicted Tuesday night he will "run the table" if he wins in Iowa.
Trump, who made held his third event in Iowa in five days, argued that he will sweep the GOP primary calendar if he wins in the Hawkeye State as he continues to top the polls in the state with Sen. Ted Cruz.
"Honestly, I want to win. If we win Iowa, I think we'll run the table ... I really do. We're winning New Hampshire big league," he said.
"We haven't picked a winner in so long now. It's been so long. You need a winner, I'm going to win," he said.
Trump further tried to butter up the Iowa crowd, telling them earlier in the rally that he's going to "get a farm and settle down here" if he wins the caucuses.
The real estate mogul is currently deadlocked with Cruz in recent polling. According to the latest RealClearPolitics average, Cruz and Trump are tied at 27 percent support, with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in a distant third with 13.2 percent backing.