Running for president isn’t a ‘waste of time’ Donald; it’s an honor, even when you lose
For Donald Trump this will all be a “waste of time” if he loses.
During his rally in Fletcher, North Carolina, on Friday, Donald Trump told the crowd that he’ll be happy with his effort on the campaign trail whether he wins or loses, but later on in his speech, he said losing would make his campaign a “waste of time.”
Trump made his initial comment while boasting about his packed campaign rally schedule, saying that he does several events in a day.
“I don’t know what kind of shape I’m in but I’ll be happy, and at least I will have known, win, lose or draw — and I’m almost sure, if the people come out, we’re going to win, but I will be — I will be happy with myself because I always say, I don’t want to think back, ‘If I only I did one more rally, I would have won North Carolina by 500 votes, instead of losing it by 200 votes, right? If only I did,'” Trump said. “So I never want to ever look back.”