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(CNN) What the last four years have proven is that if you listen closely enough to President Donald Trump, he often accidentally reveals a deeper truth about his time in the White House — and his campaign for a second term, which, win or lose, ends today.
Which is exactly what happened on Monday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in Trump’s penultimate campaign rally of the 2020 race.
“This isn’t about — yeah, it is about me, I guess, when you think about it,” Trump mused to the packed crowd.
Trump likely had prepared remarks that said something like “This election isn’t about me — it’s about you and what kind of future you will have.”
Which is a line politicians use all the time because they believe that it conveys that their run for president isn’t solely about their own personal ambition or desires, but rather about what’s best for the country.