Trump campaign manager: ‘Trump will be Trump,’ even in the White House

By KTTH | June 1, 2016

Listen to Tim Clark’s interview here

Donald Trump is heading to California this week. KTTH’s Armstrong and Getty Show welcomed his California campaign manager Tim Clark to the show this morning.

Clark discussed his history in helping GOP candidates get elected in the very blue Golden State. The hosts speculate about the news of Glenn Beck’s suspension from SiriusXM yesterday. They consider the likelihood of a Trump vs. Bernie Sanders debate, saying that the decision is Trump’s to be made.

Clark also responds to Trump’s behavior. Armstrong and Getty wondered how his demeanor would change upon becoming the GOP nominee. The answer? It didn’t.

Joe Getty: “I thought once Donald Trump wrapped up the nomination, he was going to go super to the middle, super presidential, I just expected that to happen. And based on yesterday’s press conference, that’s not exactly what he’s doing. What’s that all about?”

Tim Clark: “His brand, his hallmark, is authenticity. I think the one thing we can rely on, from now until Election Day and beyond that, after 4 years and 8 years in the White House, is that Donald Trump will be Donald Trump. And he will be authentic. How refreshing is that?”

Listen to the Armstrong and Getty show on AM 770 KTTH weekdays from 6-9AM.

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