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Donald Trump Needs to Learn How to Say “I’m Sorry”


I just googled “Donald Trump apologize.” I went ten pages deep. I couldn’t find a single example of Donald Trump ever saying he was sorry.

The guy just doesn’t apologize. Ever.

In July, Trump even admitted he had never apologized to God. “I’m not sure I have,” Trump told Frank Luntz in Iowa. “I don’t think so.”

Trump is the guy who bumps into you on the subway and says “excuse you” instead of “excuse me.”

Now Trump is running for President. That usually requires a few “I’m sorry”s from time to time. Perhaps he should start with Megyn Kelly.

In a CNN interview with Don Lemon, Trump went after Kelly for asking him aggressive questions in the debate Thursday night. Check out the video below:

“I just don’t respect her,” Trump said. “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her—wherever.

I’m sorry, what? What is that supposed to mean?

I really don’t care for political correctness. But what is Trump implying? Did he just make a menstruation joke? Did he slight Megyn Kelly for asking him tough questions by saying, essentially, it was because she was a woman?

Carly Fiorina said it best in a tweet last night.

It’s time for Donald Trump to say “I’m sorry” to Megyn Kelly. That’s what real men do when they screw up. They own it and apologize. And Mr. Trump, you screwed up. So are you a real man… or are you, as you often so eloquently put it, a “LOSER”?

Jon Schweppe

Jon Schweppe is the Director of Government Affairs for American Principles Project. Follow him on Twitter @JonSchweppe

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