Last night, at a rally to kick off his latest attempt at a comeback, Donald Trump said he regrets some of the things he's said during this campaign.
The hell he does.
When he said John McCain wasn't a hero because he was captured -- no regrets. (In fact, he said his poll numbers went up because of it.)
When his encouragement of violence at his rallies led to people getting injured -- no regrets.
When he spent a week attacking the Gold Star parents of a Muslim-American war hero -- "I don't regret anything."
He said that Mexican immigrants are rapists and murderers on day 1 of his campaign. He mocked a reporter's disability. He attacked a federal judge because of his heritage. His best-known campaign promises are about building a wall and banning people from this country. The New York Times has compiled a list of 250 people and groups he has personally attacked.
Donald Trump is a bully. Now he's doing what every bully does when they get caught: promise not to do it again, at least not right away. And it's not because he's truly sorry, but because that's what his new campaign advisors told him to do.
We can't get fooled by Trump's phony apology, Diane. We are the last line of defense to keep a bully out of the White House. Can you pitch in $3 or more right now?
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Deputy Communications Director
Democratic National Committee