Donald Trump took time out of his day to call a press conference in order to further explain to folks why he is indeed
"a very stable genius
Trump told everybody, “I went to the best colleges or college. I had a situation where I was a very excellent student, came out and made billions and billions of dollars became one of the top business people. Went to television and for 10-years was a tremendous success, as you probably have heard. Ran for president one time and won.”
The 45th president of the United States concern over how folks see him is due to Michael Wolff’s new book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
The book paints Trump as a petulant child who needs round to clock supervision.
On Friday, Wolff stopped by “The Today Show” and told folks that everybody in the White House knows that not any of Trump’s porch lights are on.
Wolff said, “He is like a child and what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification.”
Wolff’s description of Trump is nothing new. Donald Trump often says that he has nothing against Russian President Vladimir Putin because he says “nice things” about him.
Then there are the folks over there at FOX News’ “Fox and Friends.” Trump likes them because all they do is sing his praises.
The folks over at CNN and MSNBC are another story. They are “fake news” because they are meany faces who say mean things about the Donald.
Yep, the 45th president of the United States behaves just like a child does. Children like you if you like them, and they dislike you if you dislike them. And that’s Trump. He likes you if you like him, and he dislikes you if you dislike him.
In fact, what Wolff describes is similar to what Senator Bob Corker
(R-TN) said about Donald Trump last year. Y’all remember when Corker tweeted that the White House has become a “day care center.”
Welp, apparently that’s exactly what it is. The White House is a daycare center filled with cheeseburgers and diet cokes.