Trump Goes Full Psycho In Attack On Media, Brags About His ‘Well-Crafted’ Tweets (VIDEO) | THE POLITICUS

Trump Goes Full Psycho In Attack On Media, Brags About His ‘Well-Crafted’ Tweets (VIDEO)

Donald Trump has had one of the most horrendous weeks in his presidency thanks to his fallen soldier debacle and lies – and he’s managed to close out the week by making it even worse.

In an recent interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Trump tried to attack the “fake media”, and made himself look like a complete imbecile in the process. In the interview, Trump not only defended his disastrous social media use, but he congratulated and praised himself for his extremely unpresidential behavior.

Trump revealed to Bartiromo that he has been told several times to get off of Twitter and social media, but that he refuses to stop because, “When I put it out, you put it immediately on your show.” Trump also stated that his tweets were “well-crafted” and that he has a gift for tweeting. Trump said:

I was always a good student, I’m like a person that does well with that kind of thing.”

And it didn’t stop there. Trump even bragged about how his expertise with social media helped him get elected as President:

I doubt I’d be here if it weren’t for social media, to be honest with you. Because there is a fake media out there––I get treated very unfairly by the media––and I have a tremendous platform. I think I have 125 million people between Twitter and Instagram and all of ’em––and Facebook. I have a tremendous platform. So when somebody says something about me, I’m able to go ‘bing bing bing’ and I take care of it.”

Trump’s presidency has been an absolute train wreck to witness, and a good part of that is because of his behavior on social media. It’s a shame that he is so disconnected from reality that he is unable to notice that he is embarrassing the country he is supposed to be leading. Someone needs to tell Trump that not all attention is good attention, and that it’s time for him to grow up.

You can watch this awful interview below:


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