Donald Trump came out against North Carolina's controversial anti-LGBT "Bathroom Bill" on Thursday during an interview with Matt Lauer, saying that the state should not have passed the law.
"North Carolina did something that was very strong, and they're paying a big price and there's a lot of problems" Trump said on the Today Show when asked about the law. "There have been very few problems. Leave it the way it is. There have been very few complaints the way it is."
Trump added that creating new bathrooms for transgender would be "discriminatory" and "unbelievably expensive" for businesses.
"So if Caitlyn Jenner walked into Trump Tower and want to use the bathroom you would be fine with her using any bathroom she chooses?" Lauer followed up.
"That is correct," Trump replied. These statements were later criticized by Ted Cruz, who calls the North Carolina law "basic common sense."
Another change Trump criticized: the removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 dollar bill.
Trump, who praised Jackson for his "tremendous success for the country," proposed that Harriet Tubman get "another denomination."
"I think it's pure political correctness," Trump said of the Treasury's move to axe Jackson.
When asked about his own history of political correctness, or rather lack thereof, and his track record of insults towards Mexicans, women and Muslims, Trump responded that he made those remarks for fun and in character "as an entertainer during 'The Apprentice.'"