Donald Trump visited Jimmy Fallon‘s “Tonight Show” on Friday, offering his opinion on everything from his proposed Mexican-U.S. wall to presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina.
Trump started by remembering 9/11, suggesting the tragic event represents strength because New York City and America came back from the horror stronger than before.
Asked how in the world he ended up as the GOP frontrunner, Trump responded with his usual stump speech saying people are tired of America being ripped off and making bad deals. The conversation pivoted to one of the Donald’s favorite punching bags, Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton.
“I feel terribly about it,” Trump said sarcastically about Clinton’s sliding poll numbers linked to the email controversy swirling around her. What does he expect to be revealed in those emails? “I think a lot of bad stuff,” he said.
Fallon brought up Trump’s knack for putting his foot in his mouth. “Instead of getting out of the hole, you just keep digging…if you keep digging, eventually you’ll come out and be the president of China,” the host said, drawing chuckles out of the real estate mogul.
Fallon asked Trump about the upcoming GOP debate on CNN; Trump doubled down on his challenge to network president Jeff Zucker to donate millions of the network’s profits from the debate broadcast to veterans groups: “I would love to see that money go to the vets, but I don’t know if they’re going to do it.”
He also doubled down on his claims that he was asked unfair questions by Fox News during the first GOP debate last month. Fallon asked Trump if he’s ever apologized in his life, requiring the mogul to think all the way back to being a baby.
“This was not supposed to be one of the questions,” Trump joked, adding,”I fully think apologizing is a great thing but you have to be wrong.”
He gave an example of creating a firestorm after he announced his run by making controversial comments about Mexican immigrants but was now “proven right.”
“I will absolutely apologize sometime in the distant future if I’m ever wrong,” Trump said, putting Fallon in stitches.
The candidate then pivoted to his growing bromance with Kanye West, telling people that the rapper is a much better person than people think (and vowing to take all the compliments back if Kanye runs against him).
On the wall that Trump vows to build between Mexico and the U.S., Trump suggested that it be called the “Trump Wall.”
And finally, on rival GOP candidate Carly Fiorina, whose looks he teased during a recent Rolling Stone profile, Trump said she’s a “very nice women.”
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