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Donald Trump: I would have ‘great relationships’ with world leaders

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Responding on TODAY to questions submitted online, Donald Trump says one of the biggest misconceptions about him is about his hair, which “may not be pretty, but it’s mine,” and that he’s nicer than people think. He says he has eaten at McDonald’s, has worn blue jeans, and has driven his own car in the last week: “I do drive whenever I can.” Responding live to a town hall attendee in New Hampshire questioning how he would get along with world leaders, he says he knows “when to be politically correct” and thinks he would have “great relationships” with leaders such as Vladimir Putin.