The cover of Vanity Fair magazine has been redesigned for a new year.
“I’m so sorry,” Trump said, addressing the editors of the magazine, who were dressed in red-and-white striped suits.
I’m not a fan of the color red and white.
I just don’t like red.
It’s not a color I like.
It should be blue or yellow or whatever.
I’m not going to use it, because it’s a color that’s not really very flattering.
I think I am going to be very sad.
“I know it’s hard.
I know it hurts you.
I don’t know why you think it’s so hard.
You are a very nice person.
You’re very nice.
But I’m just a little sorry.”
The cover was updated last week to include the words “The cover of” underneath the word “apologies.”
The article, which was first published in March, was criticized by some who said the cover was too white.
Trump, who took office in January, has criticized the media for portraying him as a racist and for using the phrase “You’re fired!” as he has been attacked by protesters, especially African-Americans.
He was the first sitting president to address the NAACP convention in February and has repeatedly used the phrase to talk about racial injustice.
Trump has defended his response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., where a car plowed into a crowd of counterprotesters on Aug. 12, killing one woman and injuring 19.
Trump blamed the violence on the media and said he had done everything he could to help calm the situation.