Aug 20, 2016 02:44 PM EDT
Republican nominee Donald Trump shakes the media and political world once again with his latest trending speech, leaving many to wonder if he is actually right or if he is just devising another subtle campaign strategy. In a nutshell, Trump's speech humbles him down to admitting that he too commits mistakes and says the wrong things.
Heating up his trending speech with what social media will then be referring to in the future as stuff of memes, Trump casually states, "As you know, I am not a politician." This instantly drew out from a tinge of smile to a swell of rejoinder among the Charlotte audiences. Sarcastic as it may seem, there is no denying the fact that Trump's first ever speech since staff shake-up was a confident one, CNN reported.
But what really turned the tables in this one is the fact that Trump was supposed to be an absolute antipathy with regards to apologies and backing down. But after a long time, the all-knowing, never-backing down charismatic suit of Donald Trump can be felt removed all of a sudden. For the first time in his public appearances, Trump admits mistakes and initially begins turning the tides towards him.
To the dismay of the undecided electorates, the fault-finding overtones did not ever escaped his mouth when he snapped back to his older self and sneered, "We are going to reject the bigotry of Hillary Clinton, which sees communities of color only as votes and not as human beings worthy of a better future", Entertainment reported.
Critics were immediately led to believe that this sudden shift of tone by Trump is just another form of subtle campaign strategy, given the fact that he and his staff party had had recently gone through a shake-up, WRAL reported.
However his intentions would befit him, the act of admitting mistakes, a strike of the "mea culpa" value could still a hint the slightest possibility of sensibility as per his conscience.
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