Donald Trump appeared at a NBC Townhall event in New Hampshire where he once again proves why Americans love his outspokenness. Trump told the crowd the 2016 election is not about niceness – but about competence. It’s about time someone pointed that out.
Caroline Levitt: Mr. Trump, as everyone knows and as I personally appreciate you’re very honest and outspoken about a lot of different things, as my father would say you call a spade a spade. However, many people criticize you for this saying that you’re merciless, ruthless, cold hearted and what would you like to say to people who say you are too harsh to be the next president of the United States?
Donald Trump: It’s such a great question. And I had a woman the other day say “Mr Trump, I love you, I’m voting for you but are you a nice enough person to be president?” I said, “You know what, I really am a nice person. I give tremendous amounts of money away and I love to help people. I love people.” And you see from upstairs how many people showed up to see me. It’s not going to be though this time about niceness, it’s going to be about competence. People are tired of stupid people running our country, and we have, believe me, stupid people. You look at our trade deals with China, our trade deals with Mexico, our border with Mexico, our deals with, as an example, Japan. They give us millions of cars. We get nothing from Japan. It’s a one-way street. Brazil, there’s not a country in the world that doesn’t take advantage of us. You look at ISIS. We don’t know what to do with ISIS. We don’t know what to do with anything, so I really believe I’m a very nice person, I love people. This is going to be an election based on competence. People are tired of nice. They want competent people.
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