GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpJan. 6 panel faces double-edged sword with Alex Jones, Roger Stone Trump goes after Woodward, Costa over China Republicans seem set to win the midterms — unless they defeat themselves MORE participated in a mock job interview late Monday night outlining why he should become America’s next president.

“I never forget,” he told host Jimmy Fallon on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” when asked about his shortcomings. "I am too nice too long.  


"When somebody takes advantage of a situation, I become too bad for too long. I think I have to maybe have a shorter memory and it wouldn’t be so bad.”

Trump argued that his greatest strength is finding common ground between seemingly disparate interests.

“I really unify and bring people together,” he said. "A lot of people would say the exact opposite. I can really bring people together.

“I get along with people, always gotten along with people,” the outspoken billionaire added. "I get along with Democrats, with Republicans, with liberals, with conservatives. That’s what we need in this country — to bring it together. It is very divided.”

Trump also joked about his appearance while offering a personal biography for those unfamiliar with him.

“I have a beautiful head of hair,” he quipped. "I’m an extraordinarily handsome person.”

The New York real estate tycoon added that the struggles of everyday Americans inspired his quest for the Oval Office.

“A lot of people in this big country were screaming, ‘What’s going on?’” Trump said of the time before formally launching his presidential campaign last June. "I said, ‘Let’s see if I can do something.' I want to make America great again. That’s the simplest answer."