“I just want to talk about my accomplishments. I’m not looking to attack anybody,” Trump told CNN after an event in Nashville, Tennessee. “I would rather have positive TV ads. Absolutely.”

Trump said he hasn’t had to run ads yet since he’s been a frequent face on news programs.

“Saving a lot of money,” Trump said. “I can’t (run ads) when it is all news, all the time, all Trump, all the time, on CNN, right?”

Yet Trump, who holds a commanding lead over the rest of the 2016 GOP pack, has made insulting his fellow Republican candidates on Twitter and in speeches a trademark of his campaign.