Real estate mogul Donald Trump told the crowd gathered at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., Thursday that Republican Rep. Ron Paul "cannot get elected. Sorry." Trump toyed with the crowd and hinted at a White House run in 2012. In his CPAC conference speech, Trump said, "I have a reputation for telling it like it is... and I may be willing to put that to work." Of the 2012 presidential contenders, Trump was booed by the crowd after he said, "I wish there was a candidate that I saw that would be fantastic because I love what I'm doing. I have a great club that's 15 minutes away." Trump followed by saying Ron Paul won't be able to win.