Donald Trump has been making some significant changes in his campaign this week. He has made some new hires, refocused on policy speeches and issues, and is shuffling around his schedule to respond to natural disasters. But of all his changes, this may be the most drastic of them all.
In North Carolina Trump was speaking before a crowd and he silenced them for a moment with some uncharacteristic words. He has been known to make some stunning remarks as a man who has never been a career politician, but these clearly went against the grain of his own style.
He may have just turned an important corner heading into the fall of this 2016 election. Read his words below, or jump below to watch the entire clip of his striking admission.
The Washington Times reports:
“Sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking on a multitude of issues, you don’t choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. I have done that,” the GOP nominee, reading from prepared text, said at a rally in Charlotte, N.C. Thursday night. “And believe it or not, I regret it — and I do regret it — particularly where it may have caused personal pain.”
Trump didn’t specify what comments he was referring to, but he added that, “Too much is at stake for us to be consumed with these issues.”
A new Trump emerged on Thursday: a less combative, more inclusive candidate who said he was running to be the “voice for every forgotten part of this country that has been waiting and hoping for a better future” and for those who “don’t hear anyone speaking for them.”
Donald has clearly made some thoughtful decisions about the future tone of his campaign. Will the American people trust a man like this, who promises he will always tell them the truth? It seems to be far more than his opponent can promise.
Source: Washington Times