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D'Souza: Trump Needs to Admit He's From 'Other Side of The Tracks'

Monday, 17 Oct 2016 05:20 PM

Donald Trump must have a heart-to-heart chat to America during Wednesday's final presidential debate in which he opens "a little bit of a window into his own soul," conservative political author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza told Newsmax TV.

That means the Republican presidential candidate — trailing in the polls following allegations of sexual misbehavior — must candidly discuss the origins of his sometimes abrasive and lewd demeanor and how he won't act that way if he wins the White House on Nov. 8, D'Souza added.

"Trump has been denying the charges [of sexual misconduct] against him, but I think he needs to tell the American people something about himself," D'Souza said Monday on "The Steve Malzberg Show."

"He needs to say something along the lines of 'gee, many people think I'm a millionaire's son, I grew up in the best social circles of New York, but that's not really true. I actually grew up on the other side of the tracks, and I grew up with a lot of guys who were kind of rough.

"And they talked rough and some of that rubbed off on me, and it's become part of my personality, and I regret it. And if I'm in the White House, I'm not going to talk like that."

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D'Souza said giving voters "a little bit of a window into his own soul" and showing "just a hint of self-reflection" could be very helpful to Trump as he takes on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

D'Souza is the award-winning documentarian whose films include "Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party," which is rated PG-13 for some violence, thematic elements and smoking, and is now available on DVD.

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