In an effort to restart his failing campaign yet again, Donald Trump took a surprising conciliatory tone when speaking to his rallygoers in Charlotte, North Carolina Thursday and said he regretted saying the "wrong thing" at times during his run for the presidency.
He told his supporters how great his business life has been and said "I never wanted to learn the language of insiders and I've never been politically correct."
Which translates into a passive defense of him saying highly offensive statements and making highly offensive actions hurled at his opponents.
Trump continued, "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, and believe it or not, I regret it. [Thank you] And I do regret it, particularly where it may have caused personal pain."
He didn't look particularly pleased to utter these words and you know he's been forced to say them.
Plus, many of his actions have been inappropriate and downright malicious. Will he now stop threatening reporters?
Paul Manafort tried to get Trump to act more like a civilized person when he was hired on, but to no avail. And now his checkered past caught up with him so he was let go.
Maybe Conway did get through to him to try and make nice, but I think that was already in the works, but having Bannon on just doesn't add up to a more mature type of campaign.
And I have to laugh when pundits call Donald's latest remarks, a speech. He was appearing at a rally like he's been doing for many months now. There was nothing special about this event except that he feigned a little sorrow.
What's the over or under for Trump stepping in the next pile of dog doo?