“Look at the way I have been treated lately, especially by the media,” he said. “No politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly. You can’t let them get you down, you can’t let the critics and the naysayers get in the way of your dreams.”
These were Trump’s words to graduates from the Coast Guard Academy.
My advice to Trump is to stop whining, and take an honest look at the polls. It’s not the media rejecting Trump, it’s us; the American people. The latest polls show the percentage of Americans who strongly disapprove of Trump at 38 percent, while the number who strongly approve at just 19 percent. Overall ratings are 42 percent approve and over 50 percent disapprove.
Trump’s administration is the most corrupt and immoral in American history. Dozens of ethics violations, combined with two instances where he attempted to obstruct justice are more than enough cause to evict him from the White House.
Former business associates have frequently discussed his ‘unlikeability.’ He has no friends. No one wants to associate with an individual who brags about himself constantly, and blames others for his many mistakes. My grandmother and mother used to say; “no one likes a ‘know-it-all.’”
Personally, I cannot stand to listen to Trump. He damages the English language more frequently than George W. Bush. He claims to have attended, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, but I doubt that he graduated; his father likely purchased his diploma from a college I never heard of.
Trump constantly proves that his ego is very fragile. He is more concerned with the fact that Hillary crushed him in the popular vote; the minuscule number of people who attended his inauguration; and his imagined ‘accomplishments,’ than learning how to do his job. Then again maybe Donnie believes that ‘his job’ is playing golf and partying at Mar-a-Lago using taxpayer dollars. In the business world they call that ’embezzlement.’
A personal note to Donny boy; no one likes you; everybody hates you; and no one trusts or believes anything you say. If I were you, (and I’m very glad that I am not), I would skulk back to my golden tower and vow never to be seen or heard in public again.
by James Turnage
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