Only a day after his new chief advisor, Paul Manafort, met with Republican officials and assured them his candidate would tone down his over-the-top brashness, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump declared he has no intention of changing course.
Addressing thousands at a Bridgeport, Connecticut rally, Trump said, “You know, being presidential’s easy – much easier than what I have to do. Here, I have to rant and rave. I have to keep you people going. Otherwise you’re going to fall asleep on me, right?”
Trump promised he would follow through on his controversial policy plans. “Everything I say I’m going to do, folks, I’ll do,” he said in reference to building a wall along the Mexican border.
Manafort had implied that Trump had been putting on a show in the campaign thus far, and that the show was about to transform into its second act.
“The part that he’s been playing is now evolving,” Manafort said, which grabbed most major headlines on Friday.
But the Boss doesn’t think it’s time, just yet.
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