Presidential candidate Donald Trump said he would stick with his unconventional campaigning style, appearing to shrug off calls by Republican allies for a more decorous, policy-based run, and said that if he falls short in November he can take a vacation and return to a “very good way of life.”
The latest comments came as he defended his remarks calling President Barack Obama the “founder” of ISIS and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton the “co-founder.”
“All I do is tell the truth. I’m a truth teller … If at the end of 90 days I’ve fallen short because I’m somewhat politically correct, even though I’m supposed to be the smart one and even though I’m supposed to have a lot of good ideas,” Mr. Trump told CNBC, “it’s OK, I go back to a very good way of life.”
“It’s not what I’m looking to do, I think we’re going to have a victory, but we’ll see.”
When asked how he plans to close the gap in recent polling that shows him falling behind in critical swing states, Mr. Trump said he didn’t plan to change his campaigning style.
“Just keep doing the same thing I’m doing right now,” he told CNBC about his efforts to win the race. “And at the end it’s either going to work, or I’m going you know, I’m going to have a very, very nice long vacation.”Read the rest of the story HERE.
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