During a press conference at the G-20 Summit in Japan, President Trump was asked about federally mandated busing, a topic that Senator Kamala Harris and former Vice President Joe Biden sparred over during Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate.
You can watch the President bumble his way through busing in the video above.
"I will tell you in about four weeks. We're coming out with a certain policy that's going to be very interesting and surprising to a lot of people."
When a reporter asked a follow-up, it got worse.
"Well, it has been something they've done for a long period of time. You know, there aren't that many ways you're going to get people to schools. So this is something that's been done...in some cases with a hammer instead of a velvet glove. That's part of it. But this has certainly been a thing that's been used. I think if Vice President Biden had answered the question somewhat differently, it would have been a different result. They really did hit him hard on that one. But it certainly is a primary method of getting people to schools."
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