Here's the rest of the quote: "I know what I'm doing and I listen to a lot of people," said Trump. "But my primary consultant is myself and I have a good instinct." . . . "The fact is I was asked about going into Iraq," he said. "It was a horrible mistake. At the same time, now that you have ISIS, we have to take ISIS out. They're cutting heads. They're drowning people in cages and they're looking to do serious damage." It will be interesting to see how Trump does after the press milks his gaff for all its worth, but Trump basically said here that he has what is expected in a President, someone who will listen to advisers, but ultimately makes his own judgments, and he cites one very critical bit of foreign policy and what his opinions at the time were. Those who choose the president are ultimately the voters (electoral college notwithstanding). You all have opinions of foreign policy, and you will vote accordingly. Do you have good brains? To whom have you been speaking? And are you qualified to vote? Should those who support Israel based on Genesis 12:3 (and there's a pile of them) be banned from having a say in the choice of President?