Melania Trump was quick to point out Thursday what habit she wishes her husband Donald, the GOP presidential frontrunner, would stop.
“Tweeting,” she told “Today” Show host Savannah Guthrie during a Thursday town-hall event.
“That’s very good,” a laughing Donald said quietly.
“She’s right,” he added.
The Manhattan billionaire’s Twitter account has been at the center of his campaign strategy — and of much controversy during the campaign season.
Most recently, earlier this month, he promoted a tweet featuring an unflattering picture of Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi, contrasted with a more flattering photo of Melania.
Earlier this month, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, one of Donald Trump’s surrogates said he hopes “that somebody closes that Twitter account, really.”
“Well, I think he will come to understand,” Carson said. “We talk about it, and a number of people have talked about it, including his family. And he knows that it’s a problem. And the first part of solving the problem is recognising that it exists.”