Donald Trump has a new strategy for getting rid of the “unnecessary” and “unconsciounessable” elements of his campaign: Remove the “waste” and the “irrelevant” elements.
In a speech on Monday, the Republican presidential nominee said he would “get rid of unnecessary and unnecessary elements” from his campaign.
He also vowed to get rid of “wasteful and wasteful” elements, like the “hateful and divisive rhetoric” and his attacks on journalists and others.
In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday, Trump said he’d have “tough conversations” with reporters about the issues and “get some people off of the stage.”
He didn’t specify which elements of the campaign he was referring to.
But Trump’s comments, which are likely to increase tensions with journalists and other Trump supporters, echo a similar effort by his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in February, when he said reporters should “go to hell.”
Trump has also said reporters have “a lot of problems” and that the media has “done a disservice to him.”
“We don’t have the power to stop what’s going on,” Trump said at a news conference on Tuesday, calling reporters “disgusting” and said he wouldn’t let them “make a mistake.”
Trump’s remarks echo a statement he made on Tuesday during a campaign rally in South Carolina.
“It is important to understand that there is a difference between an opinion and an opinion.
You can’t have both.
You’re either for Trump or you’re against him,” he said.
“You have to be a good journalist, you have to take it seriously.
And the truth is, I’m not a journalist.
I’m a good business person, I make a lot of money, and I make lots of money because I’m successful.”