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Donald Trump Has No Apologies, Among Other Things, On ‘The Tonight Show’

Before he sits opposite Stephen Colbert for an interview, Donald Trump stopped by The Tonight Show for presumably a more friendly time with Jimmy Fallon. The first portion actually shows a surprisingly less bombastic Trump reflecting on 9/11, the fact that he’s actually leading the polls, and taking time to address the not-so-divisive issue of fixing health care for veterans. He also brought up the Iran deal and filling up multiple stadiums full of supporters, but overall not as ridiculous as I would have expected for Trump’s return to NBC.

This second portion, however, is more of the bold, content providing Trump that we’re used to covering on this site.

Highlights include:

  • On targeting a particular opponent at the debates: “To me, they’re all the same.”
  • On apologizing: “I think apologizing is a great thing, but you have to be wrong […] I will absolutely apologize in the hopefully distant future, if I’m ever wrong.”
  • On his infamous stance on immigration: “Ultimately, it turned out that I was right.”
  • On building a wall across the Mexican border: “We may build it with immigrant labor. It’s gonna be a great wall.”
  • On using DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win” as theme: “It happens to be 100% true.”

And of course, we weren’t getting Trump on The Tonight Show without Fallon busting out his impression. As expected, things stayed classy, luxurious, and huuuuuuuuuuuuge.

(Via The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)

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