Donald Trump says he can change his personality if he wins: t takes time to be politically correct.

President Donald Trump has suggested that his personality could change in a second term, adding that "it takes time to be politically correct."

Donald Trump says he can change his personality if he wins: It takes time to be politically correct.

In an interview with Outkick, Jason Whitlock asked the president if he could see a "different person from President Trump," possibly a "kind, gentleman," if he won.


He also asked if the president would be a "fighter" in the White House for another four years.


"The soft side is good," said President Donald Trump.


"I hope the answer is yes. There's a lot of time, that's it, you have to go, you don't have much time. It takes time to get politically correct," he said. "


"And sometimes we don't have time. But the answer is yes and I will definitely like it."


The president suggested that when he first became president, he had "a lot to do" when he "did not have time to be politically correct."


However, he spoke of doing "a lot" and now suggested that he "want to bring everyone together."


"The thing that holds it back is success," he said, before proposing until the Corona virus crisis is’ overcome.


Newsweek has contacted the Trump campaign for further comment on how the president might consider changing his personality.


This is not the first time Trump has suggested that it takes "too long" to be politically correct.


Addressing Fake Nation in January 2016, several months before his election victory, he said: "There is a problem of political correctness here, it takes a long time. We don't have time.


"I can be the most politically correct person you've ever interviewed. It takes a lot of time.


"People don't want political reform, they're tired of it today. I think that's one of the things that resonates with me. I don't go out of my way to be politically wrong."


He also talked about his position in which he talks about the change in his position. Then commenting on how he could be president, he said: "I would be a very different person as president than I think, but I'm on my way to this country at the moment. It will be very encouraging. "


Earlier this year, he said he wanted to be "politically correct" when a journalist refused to remove his mask he wore during the Covid-19 crisis when he gave a press conference at the White House. I asked a question.


As Trump discussed his possible actions in the second round, the polls left him behind Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.


He has lagged behind in national polls as well as in several key states that could pave the way for Electoral College victory.


European affairs, such as the threat of losing control of Germany and Spain, are on record

Post a Comment