Trump: My wife tells me I’m wrong all the time

Trump: My wife tells me I’m wrong all the time

Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPentagon chief: War with North Korea would be ‘catastrophic’ Trump campaign likely didn’t save documents: report Trump: UK prime minister 'very angry' over Manchester leaks MORE at Saturday night's GOP debate didn’t offer an example of a time where he’s been wrong, but did say his wife tells him he’s wrong all the time.

“Well I would say my wife tells me I’m wrong all the time and I listen,” the presidential contender jokingly said to CBS moderator John Dickerson, who asked Trump to give an example of when he’s listened to someone correcting him.

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“Look, I am open. I’ve hired top people. I’ve had great success. I’ve built a great, great company. I don’t need to do this.”

The real estate mogul then shifted the question to his campaign’s finances before returning to the question.

“I do listen to people. I hire experts. I hire top, top people and I do listen ... and sometimes they’re wrong.”