Trump submits to presidential 'job interview' on 'Tonight'
Jan. 12, 2016
NEW YORK (AP) — Everybody knows Donald Trump is seeking new employment.
So it was fitting that, during an appearance on NBC's "Tonight Show" on Monday, the GOP presidential hopeful submitted to a mock "job interview" by host Jimmy Fallon.
Referring to his clipboard, Fallon asks Trump why he wants the job.
"To make America great again," Trump replies.
Then he playfully touts his handsomeness and "beautiful head of hair," adding, "I always worked hard."
His greatest strength? "Believe it or not, bringing people together."
Fallon asks if he is willing to relocate.
Trump says, "I LOVE the White House."
But he was upfront about one possible performance flaw. If hired for such a high-profile job as chief executive, Trump joked that he would be "very, very uncomfortable" with all the media attention.