Just ahead of the midterm election President Donald Trump appeared in couple of interviews and in one of those he regretted his past two years in office.
Trump said he had a harsh tone in first two years believing things would be done on his agenda, but he would have a much softer tone.
The president added he would be working on his tone after the midterm election and hope this would bring more harmony between the Democrats and Republicans.
He said, “I would love to get along, and I think after the election a lot of things can happen. But right now they are in their mode, and we are in our mode. And you know if you’re criticized you have to hit back, or you should.”
However, his desire to have a softer tone had no mention in his public appearances. In one of those he called Democratic Party candidate Richard Cordray as a bad guy. In another he said Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren is a Pocahontas.
Trump has been frequently criticized for his harshness in his tone.
Apart from all these, in his Missouri appearance, before the midterm election, the president announced a new slogan for the next presidential election. Calling himself and his supporters as super-elites he said the new slogan is Keep America Great.
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