Donald Trump regrets not visiting Arlington Cemetery on veterans day

Is this something to consider strange? Trump actually saying he regrets something? …Well that is deep.

In an uncommon expression of a remorse, Donald Trump has actually confessed that he made a huge error by not checking out Arlington National Burial ground on the Monday after Veterans Day, which occurs to be an essential governmental custom.

According to a transcript of his discussion with Fox news desk Sunday anchor Chris Wallace from an interview set to air Sunday, he was “extremely busy” on Veterans Day.

“I should have done that,” Trump said. “I was extremely busy on calls for the country, we did a lot of calling as you know.” (The president’s schedule for Monday November 12 was empty, at least of public events.)

President Trump stated, he didn’t realize it would be such a big deal:

As you know I just left the day before the American Cemetery and I probably think — and that was one where it was raining as hard as you can imagine and I made a speech at the American Cemetery the day before. And I probably, you know, in retrospect, I should have. And I did last year, and I will virtually every year. But we had come in very late at night and I had just left, literally, the American Cemetery in Paris. And I really probably assumed that was fine and I was extremely busy because of affairs of state — doing other things.