DONALD Trump told reporters in Miami Beach on Wednesday that he doesn’t think he’s going to get anywhere with his sandals during the presidential campaign.
The Republican nominee, whose campaign slogan is ‘Make America Great Again,’ took to the stage to tell reporters that he was going to keep his sandal on.
“It is not a political statement,” Trump said.
“I am going to stay in my sandals.
I don’t think anybody should ever tell me what to wear.”
Asked about the idea that the sandals will “make me look like I’m wearing sandals,” Trump replied: “That’s a big, big, bad, big statement.
It makes me look bad.
It’s not a statement.”
Trump also said he doesn: “no place for sandals in a campaign.
I mean, there are no sandals here.
And I don, I think they’re really bad for the body, but that’s not my stance.”
I don’t wear sandals when I’m campaigning,” he added.”
You know, I have a lot of friends that have sandals and they’re beautiful sandals.
“Trump, who has long used his trademarked ‘Make American Great Again’ slogan in his campaign, has long criticized the footwear industry for not putting more effort into making sandals for his campaign.
In the past, he’s been criticized for wearing his sand-soled sandals while campaigning.
Last month, he tweeted about his campaign wearing ‘bare feet’.
He has previously called the shoes a “sad thing.”
In a tweet about his sandally-related footwear, Trump said, “I donít wear sandal shoes because they don’t make sandals” in a reference to the shoes’ design.”
When you get to the beach, you know what they say about sandals?
They make you look like you’re wearing sandal feet,” he said.
Trump said he likes wearing sand shoes.