President Donald Trump lives in a bubble — and that’s putting it lightly. He continuously makes unsubstantiated claims that he’s the best or one of the best presidents in the entire history of the United States — that’s not an exaggeration. It’s what he earned laughs for at the United Nations.
Concurrently, to him, each and every negative story about his administration is fake news. This is delusion he lives in.
Wednesday morning, he proclaimed to the world:
‘Despite so many positive events and victories, Media Reseach Center reports that 92% of stories on Donald Trump are negative on ABC, CBS and ABC. It is FAKE NEWS! Don’t worry, the Failing New York Times didn’t even put the Brett Kavanaugh victory on the Front Page yesterday-A17!’
Someone in the comments section of the above post made a good point. Kavanaugh, Trump’s most recent pick to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, won his confirmation fight this past weekend, although he wasn’t sworn in until Monday night. Still, why would The (not failing, but growing) New York Times put a long foreseen development to a weeks — even months — long story on the front page? There’s a lot of stuff going on out there.
The effective insistence otherwise sits in the broad world of Trump’s delusions. He’s like a petulant schoolyard bully literally begging for attention at this point. His broad proclamations make that little sense, as he continues to lie his way to the midterms in less than a month when his party will probably lose the U.S. House and maybe the U.S. Senate too.
Twitter’s response is below.
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