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Jindal: Trump believes in making Trump great

Pictures of candidates for the GOP presidential nomination

Pictures of candidates for the GOP presidential nomination -- Donald Trump, top, and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal -- hang on the stage on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, during preparations for the second Republican contenders' debates at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. Credit: EPA / Mike Nelson

SIMI VALLEY, Calif. - There will be blood.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal made it clear just how nasty the attacks on Donald Trump will be at Wednesday night's Republican debate.

"He's entertaining," Jindal told reporters at the Ronald Reagan Library, site of Wednesday night's GOP skirmish. "But Donald Trump is a narcissist . . . he doesn't believe in anyone but himself."

Then he underscored the danger of electing a TV reality star president.

"This is more important than Donald Trump," said Jindal, one of the lowest polling candidates. "This is the time to save America before it's too late."

"Reagan reminded us that America can be great again," Jindal said. "Trump merely believes in making Donald Trump great."

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