Trump Says He’s Not ‘Doing So Badly’ Because He’s President And ‘You’re Not’


During an interview with Time magazine, alleged president Donald Trump attempted to defend his claim that Barack Obama had his phones wiretapped (which was proven false) and his attempt to claim voter fraud was rampant in the 2016 election.

Still yet, Trump claimed that he was right about illegal voting. It’s really just another attempt to say he won the popular vote when in fact, he did not.

“Well I think I will be proved right about that too,” Trump said. “Well now if you take a look at the votes, when I say that, I mean mostly they register wrong, in other words, for the votes, they register incorrectly, and/or illegally. And they then vote. You have tremendous numbers of people.”

“I’m a very instinctual person, but my instinct turns out to be right,” Trump continued. “I tend to be right. I’m an instinctual person, I happen to be a person that knows how life works.”

Sure, just like he was ‘right’ about former President Barack Obama’s birth certificate, Mexico paying for his ego-wall and his inauguration crowd size.

Politico reports:

Trump was unapologetic about one of his most outlandish claims, made during the GOP primary, that Sen. Ted Cruz’s father had been somehow involved in the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. He was similarly unwilling to back away from claims made by the White House citing Fox News contributor Andrew Napolitano, who has been pulled off the air by the conservative network following his allegation that the British government surveilled Trump Tower at Obama’s behest.

Even though Napolitano was pulled off the air by Fox News, Trump told Time he had only been “quoting highly respected people from highly respected television networks.”

“That’s the story,” Trump concluded in the interview. “Hey look, in the meantime, I guess, I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president, and you’re not. You know.”

That’s just temporary, Mr. Trump. The former reality show star is inundated with scandals.

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