Donald Trump
Republican U.S. presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as rival candidate Senator Ted Cruz talks about building a border wall during the Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada December 15, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Donald Trump has been one of the most controversial candidates throughout this year’s presidential campaigns. The real state mogul stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday night and discussed some of his campaign’s major points during a 20-minute interview with Jimmy Kimmel.

Earlier this month, the Huffington Post called Mr. Trump “an actual threat to national security” and declared they were no longer entertained with his rambunctious attitude and offensive comments. The Presidential hopeful has managed to offend women, fellow politicians, TV personalities, and immigrants who live in the U.S. since he announced he was running for President.

Well, it seems like the 69-year-old presidential hopeful is beginning to realize that in order to demand “strong, tough and brilliant leadership” you have to set an example, and in order to do so, you may have to find better words to express yourself. During his interview with Kimmel, a very relaxed Trump managed to establish decent dialogue about his campaign issues.

“Well, you know, it is true and we love, yeah. I have thousands of Hispanics that have worked for me over the years. Work for me now, we have thousands. Mexico, all over the place. They are unbelievable people,” said Trump when Kimmel asked about Mexicans crossing the border. “What I’m saying is they have to come in through a legal process and they are going to come in, and we want to have that door. You know we talked about the wall. We are going to build the wall but we are going to have a big beautiful door. We want people to come in, we want people to come in legally.”

The Donald continued his argument by adding that he is focused on building a good relationship with Hispanics because he is going to create jobs for them. As we all know, one of his political ideals is to stop manufacturing relationships with China, Japan and Vietnam and bring them back to the U.S.

“I’ve developed a great relationship with Hispanics for a very simple reason, I’m going to create jobs,” he told Jimmy. “I’m bringing the jobs back from China. I’m bringing the jobs back from Japan, Vietnam. We are loosing all of our business, we are loosing all of our manufacturing.”

Once the former “Apprentice” star finished making his point, Jimmy added, “I feel like in a way, though, we should let the Mexicans in and kick a bunch of these, a lot of Americans should be kicked out. That’s what the problem is.”

Mr. Trump, once again, avoided the subject. But at least he is adding a nice door to the wall. Thanks Donald Trump!

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