From Washington Examiner
When the Republican National Convention ends this week, Donald Trump says he will have taken it to a new level against Hillary Clinton. “I guess you could say we’ll start during the convention, but we’re really going to get it in gear right after the convention,” Trump told the Washington Examiner. “We’re doing really well.”
During a wide-ranging interview, Trump laid out what makes him a conservative, where he got his working-class appeal and how he feels about being called “racist.”
Washington Examiner: What is it you’re expecting to get out of the convention?
Trump: Well, we’ve got really good speakers. We have a lot of winners.
You know, when you have [Ultimate Fighting Championship President] Dana White and you have some of the people that we have on. [Famed evangelist] Franklin Graham is going to be speaking and so many different people. We have [retired Indiana college basketball coach] Bobby Knight, Coach Knight, who helped me so much in Indiana and elsewhere.
I don’t know, I think it’s a really great group of speakers. I think that in the end we want to get inspiration. We want people to be inspired. We want to make America great again. We want to make America first. And you know that’s largely what the theme is and largely what we’re going to be talking about.
Examiner: I noticed that former vice presidential nominee [and Trump supporter] Sarah Palin wasn’t on the list. Did she not ask for a speaking role?
Trump: No, she was asked. It’s a little bit difficult because of where she is. We love Sarah. Little bit difficult because of, you know, she’s got a — it’s a long ways away. But Sarah will always be with us and Sarah is involved and very much involved in the campaign.
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