Trump Admits the One Thing He Would Differently as President

Donald Trump has made a bit of a shocking admission this week.

Trump hinted at the one thing he would have done differently as president.

The problem… I don’t think anyone will believe him.

Round 2

Everyone wants to know what Trump 2.0 would look like in 2024.

Trump is currently the frontrunner for the GOP nomination, even though he has not committed to running.

For the use of a better description, Trump was a media whore when he was in office.

He insisted on dominating the headlines, to a fault.

He could not allow one negative headline to go unanswered and he often took the traps the media set for him.

Trump says that will not happen again.

During a recent phone-in interview with Hannity, Trump opened up on this subject.

He stated, “One of the things I would do differently.

“I found the media is so corrupt that I would really not focus on them almost at all.

“I’d just focus on getting the job done for the American people.”

He continued, “They are unbelievably dishonest, hence the name ‘fake news.’

“I think, really, I’d focus on getting the job done, getting our country back.

“Our country has never been in a worse position than it is right now. We’re disrespected all over the world. We no longer have respect.

“I would really be focused on that, just bring our country back and getting it back to where we had it.”

I can say without a doubt that had Trump done that during his first term, and that would include the unending stream of controversial tweets, he would be in the Oval Office today, not Joe Biden.

Do you think Trump can stay away from the media if he wins a second term?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: Washington Examiner


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