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Donald Trump says he's worth more than Mitt Romney

Donald Trump told CNN Sunday he's worth more than the former Massachusetts governor and 2008 presidential contender. Donald Trump has not said whether he's running for president in 2012.

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Donald Trump speaks at the South Florida Tea Party's third annual tax day rally April 16 at Sanborn Square in Boca Raton, Fla. Sounding increasingly like a candidate, Trump repeatedly told a raucous tea party crowd Saturday he has the qualities needed in the White House and the conservative ideals necessary to seal the Republican nomination should he decide to run.

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Potential presidential candidate Donald Trump says he's a better businessman than a leading GOP hopeful in 2012, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

Trump tells CNN's "State of the Union" that he has a "much, much bigger net worth. I mean my net worth is many, many, many times Mitt Romney."

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Trump describes Romney as a "small business guy." Trump says he's created thousands of jobs and built a "great company."

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Romney is a former venture capitalist with a record of turning around failing companies. While heading Bain Capital, he helped launch the Staples office supply chain, as well as buy Domino's Pizza. Romney invested more than $40 million of his own money in the 2008 race.