Donald Trump said Sunday that he is “more presidential” in 2020, and his plan to nominate “better” Supreme Court justices to replace Antonin Scalia could help him achieve his goal.

“I am more presidential,” Trump said during a radio interview on “Fox and Friends.”

“And I will be more presidential.

And I am doing what I have to do.

I’m doing it, and I’m working on it.”

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly claimed that he would be the best president in history.

But as of now, he is not leading in the polls.

“We are going to be in a very good place in 2020,” Trump added.

“I’m not in a bad place.

I don’t think so.

I think I am in a really good place.

And we’re going to win a lot of elections.

And that’s a good thing.”

The Supreme Court has not yet been confirmed, and there have been several delays.

Trump is currently scheduled to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and on Wednesday, the Senate Rules Committee will hold hearings on his nomination.

Trump has indicated that he plans to have the hearings open during his presidency, and he may also take them up during his first 100 days in office.