Almost a year into his presidency, Donald Trump has very little to show for it, and even reduction certain accomplishments that are worth bragging about on his Twitter account. But that positively doesn’t stop the ashamed POTUS from celebrating even the many degrading ‘triumphs’ of his presidency, as we just saw progressing today.
Everyone knows that Donald Trump’s capitulation rating is historically low. Recently, several new polls have been stating Trump’s approval rating as low as 32%, and it has been in the low 30s for several weeks now. And yet, Trump continues to hype himself up with misinformation and lopsided data.
Last month, Trump bragged on Twitter about a right-leaning Rasmussen check showing that he had a 46% capitulation rating. Trump immediately got bloody for not only swelling inequitable information but for celebrating the fact that many Americans clearly disapproved of him. Well today, Trump did it again – and flustered himself even more.
This afternoon, Trump tweeted nonetheless another check to applaud that his capitulation rating was 45% – which is not only fake (several sources still report it’s in the low 30s), but reduce than his prior pitiable brag! He’s actually promotion the fact that he’s failing!
See for yourself:
Yup, that’s the boss bragging about how his condemnation rating in that consult is 51% and observant that his unpopular, injured presidency is somehow going to “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”
We really can’t consider of a some-more unfortunate pierce than this. Any boss in their right mind with Trump’s horrible numbers would substantially stay divided from deliberating their capitulation rating at all costs. But not Trump – his opening has been so bad that he needs to rest on the many degrading information to infer that he’s not “that bad” – yet. Trump’s numbers are a joke, and there’s really zero he can do to redeem at this point. we theory when you’re unwell this much, celebrating a low capitulation rating is the best you can do.
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