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Donald Trump told Jimmy Fallon he doesn't apologize because he's never wrong

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump sat down with The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon on Friday in his first late night appearance since launching his campaign. In the opening segment, Fallon pretended to be Trump's reflection in a mirror, gently poking fun at his sweeping hand gestures and penchant for the word "huge." Fallon aptly called the billionaire "a Greek god that just took a bath in a pumpkin spice latte."

Fallon didn't hit any harder in the interview itself, focusing heavily on Trump's high poll numbers and off-the-cuff debate strategy.

When Fallon asked if Trump had ever apologized in his life, he responded, to much audience laughter, "I fully think apologizing is a great thing, but you have to be wrong." He argued he was definitely right about that time he launched his presidential bid by referring to Latino immigrants as drug dealers and rapists. "I will absolutely apologize sometime in the distant future if I'm ever wrong."

Trump also criticized Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton over her email scandal and joked about making Kanye West his vice president. If Stephen Colbert wants to trump (pun intended) Fallon's pass at the real estate mogul, he doesn't have a very high bar to clear, as you'll see below. Julie Kliegman