Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is planning to deliver a series of detailed policy speeches over the next few weeks, his campaign manager confirmed Tuesday.

Since hitting the campaign trail in August, the brash New York billionaire has built an army of loyal supporters with his over-the-top campaign rallies and political profanity.

"I can be presidential. But if I was presidential, I'd maybe have about 20 percent of you," Trump told voters on Monday during a campaign stop in Wisconsin.

"It'd be boring as hell," he added.

But after publicly stumbling over a question about abortion during a televised town hall last week, Trump presumably sees this debut of his more refined self as a way of regaining lost ground.

Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski orginally told the Washington Post that the businessman plans to deliver lengthy speeches about education, strengthening national security and what his litmus test might look like for Supreme Court nominees.

Trump reportedly plans to release a list of 10 to 12 judges he considers suitable for the high court at some point in the next few weeks. His speeches will be held at formal venues like the National Press Club, which is located just blocks away from the White House, and in other metropolitan areas.

Lewandowski described Trump's decision to begin expanding on his usual talking points as part of "the natural maturation of [his] campaign."

Earlier on Tuesday, the Trump campaign released a two-page memo detailing how the billionaire would get Mexico to pay for his propose border wall as president.

"It's an easy decision for Mexico," Trump said in the memo, first reported by the Washington Post. "We have the moral high ground here, and all the leverage. It is time we use it in order to make America great again."

Trump will host a rally in Bethpage, N.Y., on Wednesday. Further details about the timing of his upcoming policy speeches have yet to be released.