“When I left the room, it was a total standing ovation,” he told ABC News in reference to his already infamous Iowa speech. “It was wonderful to see. Nobody was insulted.”
Some people loved Trump's attack of John McCain. They thundered their applause at the attack.
How representative were the people in the room of the people of the United States?
Not that it matters - politics is about comparative numbers, not public representation. Get enough like-minded people together, inspire them to intimidate others and you win.
Trump won't admit he's wrong - he'll double down. It's what he knows; it's why he's rich.
Is that what the US wants in a leader, though?