Icheoku believes that an explanatory apology, not expressly admitting fault; but one explaining his missteps and misspeaks as a rookie's mistakes, will successfully wipe clean whatever blame slate he currently has. This will enable him get back on track with his message and entirely on a fresh clean slate going forward. The time has come for Donald Trump to do this mea culpa and make up with the American people who feel strongly violated by some of what he said or how he said them. There should be no more waiting or dig dallying because with every day, election day draws nearer and no limping should be accepted at this hour. Admitted that he did nothing wrong nor illegal, but because politics is a game of pandering, he should learn how to dance to some of these political macabre tunes and give those cry babies their brief time in the sun, cuddling them as may be needed before the cameras. Some of them have hurt feelings and needs to be pacified; and a politician should see nothing wrong or ego challenging in doing this.
Donald Trump should start by first placating every aggrieved member of the contentious Republican Party primaries squad of 16; many of whom are still nursing their hurt feelings and deflated ego, having lost the party's nomination to a rookie politician. There is nothing wrong in calling a meeting of truce with these sixteen presidential candidate wanna bees and have a serious heart to heart parley with them. Donald Trump should hear them out, apology privately to them as may be needed and ask them to please sheath their swords in the interest of the party. He could also promise them total involvement and inclusion in a President Donald Trump's presidency. He could even promise them political appointments, including cabinet secretary positions, ambassadorial postings etc. Whatever gets them going and in order to win the election should be worth exploring. Donald Trump needs to do this and do it now, without any further delay nor hesitation.
Then he must also explain to the Muslim world and clarify his very narrowed objection to fanatical Muslims invading America and by so doing take the wind out of the sail of his traducers who have magnified what he said to an intolerable scare amongst Muslims. Donald Trump must explain to these sacred Muslims that he had many Muslim friends, many of who are his business partners and employees and that he never meant for a wholesale exclusion of all Muslims from the United States of America, but only those who want to do America harm. So also should he address other interests groups and blocs including illegal immigrants, whose feathers were ruffled by what he said or did not say politically, correctly; and then ask them to please forgive his misspeaks in the interest of helping him make America great again.
So it will therefore be good for Donald Trump to reset his campaign and redirect the American people to what brought him thus far, his plans of making America great again. That he is not the two horned monster the Democrats are making him out to be but a loving man whose passion for America burns ferociously and that he will be president for all Americans. Donald Trump must as a matter of urgency, do this and do it now; and a good place to start will be tendering an apology to all that he might have offended in the course of his campaign. He must unequivocally and explicitly ask them to forgive his rookie mistakes, being not a seasoned entrenched politician, used to forked-tongue, bifurcated double speak. Icheoku believes that such a contrition would engender him more to the worried American people who will begin to see him as a human being with a real heart. A moved American people would embrace him and help him make America great again.