Trump: Well, one of the things that will be really great, you know, the word experience is still good. I always say talent is more important than experience. I’ve always said that. But the word experience is a very important word. It’s a very important meaning. I never did this before—I never slept over in Washington. I was in Washington I think 17 times, all of a sudden, I’m the president of the United States. You know the story, I’m riding down Pennsylvania Avenue with our First Lady and I say, ‘This is great.’ But I didn’t know very many people in Washington, it wasn’t my thing. I was from Manhattan, from New York. Now I know everybody. And I have great people in the administration. You make some mistakes like you know a [i]diot like Bolton, all he wanted to do is drop bombs on everybody. You don’t have to drop bombs on everybody. You don’t have to kill people.
This man is given the softest of softball questions. And he not only bungles it up, but he also goes on a tangent that has absolutely nothing to do with the question he was asked. To finish it off, he goes into personal gripes, which completes the picture of what a fundamentally, irreversibly petty and childish person he is. Can we get out of the mindset of “He got owned” at some point? “Owning the libs” is their thing. It’s a superiority mindset that is unhealthy and tribalistic. He was unable to answer the question because he’s a bad salesman and terrible human that should never have been elected into office. Let’s get out there and vote this scum out.