When Trump says ‘I will be president’ and ‘I won’t be president,’ don’t believe it, experts say

Donald Trump said Sunday that he will be President Trump when he retires from public life in January.

The Republican candidate made the statement in a nationally televised town hall at the National Press Club, where he was campaigning in Michigan and Ohio.

Trump has long been coy about when he would be ready to retire from politics.

Trump said Sunday he will continue to campaign in the final months of the campaign, but he wouldn’t specify when.

Trump has been reluctant to say whether he intends to run for a third term, and a spokesperson for the Republican nominee didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Republican nominee has said he wants to spend the next year of his life as president, but Trump has been unable to keep that promise because of the ongoing investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian officials.