All of Trump’s infomercial yesterday went down the tubes because he can’t be confronted with his own words, especially when he thinks only his base listens to Sean Hannity.
The MAGA geniuses are responding that Metro area of Seoul is actually 25 million. So, the argument is he was only off by 13 million? Good own!
Meanwhile, Trump trying to get South Korean government to say population estimates on web are “f–e news” and that he was correct.Ã¢ÂÂ Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) March 30, 2020
Trump may have gotten the “38” from here:
THE FOOL Ã¢ÂÂ¢ said the city of Seoul has 38 million people to @Yamiche .
Seoul, South Korea has a population of 9 million people. pic.twitter.com/sh1FQ8exub
— Andrew Jerell Jones Luke 1:37 (@sluggahjells) March 30, 2020
Opinion: Yamiche Alcindor wants an answer, thank you very much https://t.co/cb7ZH4bywS
Ã¢ÂÂ The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 31, 2020
ALCINDOR: Thank you, Mr. President. I have two questions. The first is, you’ve said repeatedly that you think that some of the equipment that governors are requesting, they don’t actually need. You said New York might need —THE PRESIDENT: I didn’t say that.ALCINDOR: — might not need 30,000.THE PRESIDENT: I didn’t say that.ALCINDOR: You said it on Sean Hannity’s, Fox News.THE PRESIDENT: I didn’t say — come on. Come on.ALCINDOR: You said that you might —THE PRESIDENT: You know, why don’t — why don’t you people act — let me ask you: Why don’t you act —ALCINDOR: You said some states —THE PRESIDENT: Why don’t you act in a little more positive? It’s always trying to “get you.”
THE PRESIDENT: We’re all on the same team. You know, when — when journalists get up — and you’re a journalist, a fine journalist —ALCINDOR: I was quoting you directly from Sean HannityTHE PRESIDENT: — when journalists get up and ask questions that are so threatening — we’re all on the same team.ALCINDOR: I was quoting you directly from your interview with Sean Hannity.