‘The Apprentice’ star is a ‘great communicator,’ Trump says

‘The Apprentice’ star is a ‘great communicator,’ Trump says

NBC News: “The Apprentice” star Donald Trump says he has “great communicators” on the campaign trail, but that it’s important for candidates to have someone “that’s not a professional to talk to” when it comes to the media.

The Republican presidential nominee made the comments at a rally Tuesday in Iowa.

“You know, I think that there’s a lot of very good, very smart people on the outside, on the left and the right, and they all want to talk about you.

And I don’t think you should let that happen.

And if you do, you’re going to have a very bad week,” Trump said.

“I don’t want to be a media critic, but I do think there’s too much of a focus on you, and not enough on what we’re doing in terms of winning.”

Trump is a member of the “birther” movement that alleges that President Barack Obama was not born in the United States.

The movement, led by former President Donald Trump, gained steam during the 2016 presidential election, which was dogged by allegations that he was not the child of a U.S. citizen.

Trump’s campaign dismissed the claim as false.

“There are so many people that say, ‘I think he’s not even born,’ that’s a very, very bad thing.

And it’s a terrible thing,” Trump told supporters at the event.

“If you’re talking about the president, the first president, and he’s been in office for a long time, and you talk about this guy and you say, he’s a birther, you get a lot more votes,” he said.

Trump said his campaign is focusing on the next four weeks of the campaign, including a debate schedule in Wisconsin, a state that will hold the first of the Republican presidential debates.

“We’re going in the last week of August, we’re going into Wisconsin, and we’re putting together the debate schedule,” Trump added.

“But I think we have a great deal of momentum in Wisconsin.”

The former reality television star and reality TV personality, who has made campaign appearances on NBC, ABC and CBS, said he’s confident that the Republican Party will win the presidency in November.

“My prediction is, we’ll win, and I think the country is going to love that,” Trump promised.

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