Now that the novelty of Donald Trump’s campaign is over, he’s beginning to get interviewed the way other political candidates are interviewed. And Trump isn’t quite as good at handling the vetting presidential candidates usually get as he ought to be if he’s going to be the frontrunner.
Wallace asks him if he’s dropping the ball and Trump brags about how well he’s doing, and gets bad poll numbers thrown back in his face for his trouble. He gets asked whether it was a mistake to attack Heidi Cruz, he says Cruz started it and he gets challenged for evidence and he says “common sense” is his evidence.
And it only gets worse from there. By the end, Trump is bragging about how boring he’ll be once he wins.