Washington, Feb 22: The Republican frontrunner in US presidential poll Donald Trump has predicted an unexpected turnout if he and Hillary Clinton face each other in the race to White House in November.
His prediction has come after Trump's victory in the South Carolina primary on Saturday.
"Frankly, if she gets indicted, that's the only way she's going to be stopped. I think it's going to be Hillary and myself," the Republican real estate mogul said Sunday in an interview with CNN.
"I expect to win enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination before the party's convention in July, Trump was quoted as saying.
"I don't think we're going to have a convention, a brokered convention. I think it's unlikely. I think I'm doing better than that," he said.
He also predicted tremendous support from African-Americans for him.
"I'm going to do great with the African-Americans. African-American youth is 58% unemployed. African-Americans in their prime are substantially worse off than the whites in their prime, and it's a very sad situation," he said.
For Trump, Saturday's South Carolina victory was an important one in stunting challenges from top-tier rivals like Texas Senator Ted Cruz.