While fretting over the lack of unity in the U.S., President Trump told ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir that if asked about the appointment of the special counsel on his first foreign trip, he would blame the Democrats.
Trump will tell the foreign press that special counsel is just an excuse by the Democrats because they lost an election even with the electoral college “slanted” in their way.
While complaining more about Democrats, Trump again mentioned the division in the country, seemingly without noticing that he was stirring division with his complaints and false accusations.
— David Muir (@DavidMuir) May 18, 2017
The Russia probe is not a matter of party. It is a matter of country.
But our President is going to tell the foreign press how Democrats are doing this to him just because they lost the election.
Trump’s bizarre comment about the electoral college doesn’t even make sense, since he lost the popular vote by almost 2.9 million votes 65,844,610 to 62,979,636.
On his first foreign trip, Trump is going to complain about an American political party while he rages on about the division in this country. Go figure.
Trump is being investigated on multiple fronts for his ties to Russia, for possibly colluding with Russia to gain an advantage in the election. Russia did interfere with the U.S. election on Trump’s behalf, according to all U.S. intelligence communities.
This fact Trump blames on Democrats, and he’s going to be sure to tell the foreign press all about how tough he has it here. It sounds as if Trump is planning to treat the foreign press to another commencement address in self-pity. Or, as he would say, Making America Great Again.