President Donald Trump is taking aim at critics who say he is being unfair to Americans, even if he is trying to be fair.

“I am being fair,” Trump told supporters in Phoenix on Tuesday, his first public speech since he took office.

“But, I can tell you, we have a lot of very angry people,” he added.

“And we’re going to have a very, very fair election.”

Trump has often criticized other candidates in recent months for not making the same promises they made in their election campaigns, saying his administration is focused on building an economy that is good for everyone.

“The American people are not going to let anybody get away with that,” Trump said at a rally on Tuesday.

“They’re not going for that.

We’re going for it.

We have a great team.”

Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton are competing for the Democratic presidential nomination, with Trump holding a narrow lead in the polls and Clinton in the middle.

Trump has made many promises, from building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to a ban on Muslim immigration, to ending all trade with countries that do not pay for the border wall.

Trump, a former reality TV star who once said “I love the Hispanics” in his speech, has been critical of his Democratic opponent.

“You know, we’re all Democrats,” Trump joked at a Phoenix rally last month.

“We all love the Latinos, we all love Mexicans.”

He also suggested his campaign was trying to appeal to Hispanic voters by offering an alternative to Clinton.

“When we get down to the final four, we will get down and dirty and we will tell them exactly how we are going to do it,” he said at the time.

“If we do it right, we’ll win, we won’t lose.”

In recent weeks, Trump has repeatedly criticized Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, saying they’ve been unfair to Latinos in the U