Maybe he’ll just tell knock-knock jokes.
Okay, so Donald Trump probably won’t speak in riddles after the Indiana primary on Tuesday evening, but that’s just about the only thing that we can rule out. Tuesday will likely be a good night for Trump, as he is expected to win the Indiana primary and all but assure that he will be the Republican presidential nominee.
We’ve seen it all from Donald Trump in his victory speeches this primary season. There was the brash, mocking Trump of March 8, where he trotted out the “Lyin’ Ted” nickname for Ted Cruz.
This was the same speech where he talked about Trump Steaks and other defunct Trump products:
Then there was the victory speech from April 26, which was more like a press conference, where Trump just kind of rambled:
There’s also his speech from March 1 — the one where Chris Christie stood behind Trump looking like he was being held captive. He also called Marco Rubio a “lightweight” in this speech.
It’s anyone’s guess which Trump will show up on Tuesday evening. If recent trends offer any indication, Trump will act more dignified and “presidential.” He’ll most likely focus on Hillary Clinton, his most probable opponent in November’s general election, instead of Cruz. But then again, perhaps something will be wrong with his dinner, he’ll get irked, and he’ll go full Trump on us.