“I don’t think the old rules apply to a lot of aspects of the campaign,” says veteran columnist Mike Barnicle on MSNBC’s Morning Joe during a conversation about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s run for the White House without traditional ad spending, field offices and polling. “I do think you can run sort of a guerrilla campaign – even as a national candidate. You can feed off other people’s polls – news media polls. You can feed off of getting free TV (time). But when it comes (to) New Hampshire … you have to have a field operation to target them and get them to vote.” Hear more of the conversation among Barnicle, show hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough and political analyst Nicolle Wallace about how Trump has defied traditional campaigning in the 2016 election.