Billionaire businessman and presidential candidate Donald Trump recently sat down for a wide-ranging interview with The Washington Post to discuss his campaign.
The typically cagey and specifics-free Trump actually delved into some detail with The Post, explaining some of the things he intended to do as he entered the second phase of his run for the presidency.
He revealed two “secret weapons” he will soon unleash in a bid to improve his sometimes rocky relationship with women voters.
Those two “secret weapons” would be his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka, who will soon begin making public appearances to address various women’s health issues.
Asked specifically if the two women share his views on abortion, Trump coyly replied, “I’m going to let them reveal themselves if people are going to ask that question, which they might not.”
Regardless, Trump’s wife and daughter speaking out on his behalf will no doubt help sway some women voters still on the fence about the candidate with a sometimes shaky history of dealing with women.
Trump will also begin to run paid ads, something he hasn’t had to do yet due to all of the free publicity provided by the media. He was also planning to roll out more policy papers on topics like reforming the Department of Veteran Affairs, international trade, and China’s currency manipulation.