Donald Trump Friday kept tiptoeing away from his attacks against Mexican-American Judge Gonlanzo Curiel, who is presiding over the Trump Universtiy trial, feeling his inner Martin Luther King during an address to evangelicals at the Faith and Freedom conference in Washington.
“No one should be judged by their race or their color, and the color of their skin,” Trump said. “We’re going to bring our nation together”
Trump also, of course, attacked Hillary Clinton, expressed his admiration for the Second Amendment, spoke of his support for “life,” and vowed to defend “Christian Americans” against ISIS.
In addition to learning the conservative catechism, he seems to be learning to use the teleprompter too.
Trump started off with a prolonged interruption by what must be Democratic plants. He reacted less crassly than usual, although given that it’s not his event, he can’t just stand there and demand, “Get ’em out.” He even said something about free speech rights, which I assume took a bit of coaching, though of course these activists are the ones interrupting Trump’s free speech rights.