President Trump conceded Monday that he could take a softer tone, but refuted any suggestion that his heated rhetoric about immigration has emboldened racism in the country.
“There would be certain things, I’m not sure I want to reveal all of them,” Trump told WJLA in Washington, D.C., when asked if he had things he’d like to change with his presidency.
“But I would say tone,” he continued. “I would like to have a much softer tone. I feel to a certain extent I have no choice. But maybe I do, and maybe I could be softer from that standpoint.”
Trump added that he’d “love to get along” with Democrats, but suggested that bipartisanship would have to wait until after the midterm campaign.
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