The foul-mouthed Republican presidential nominee just told a crowd in North Carolina that his temperament is his “greatest asset.” Seriously?
Donald Trump, as he so often boasts, is an incredibly wealthy man.
The real-estate mogul, according to The New York Times, has “an interest in more than 30 U.S. properties” — though “roughly half of which have debt on them.”
However, Trump recently revealed his greatest asset is not a golf course or a hotel.
It’s, in fact, his temperament.
While addressing a campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina, Trump proudly told his supporters his “greatest asset” is his temperament.
“I have to tell you this, I have to say,” he began. “I think my single greatest asset of any assets I have is my temperament.”
The statement came a day after Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton criticized Trump's temperament, yet again, saying he cannot be trusted with nuclear weapons.
“When you see he can’t even go to a foreign country without getting into a public feud with the president, I think it’s clear Donald Trump doesn’t have the temperament to be our commander in chief,” Clinton said, referring to Trump’s controversial visit to Mexico as well as his public spat with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Is Clinton right? Does Trump really have an unstable temperament?
Unfortunately for the former media personality, the answer is a clear “yes.”
From cursing a microphone to mocking a disabled reporter for doing his job, Donald Trump has proven multiple times that he doesn’t have the temperament to be the president of a country.
For visual proof, watch the video above.