Trump Fires Off Delusional Attack On Reporters, Claims His Approval Would Be At ’75’ If They Didn’t Spread ‘Fake News’
Donald Trump told a pool of reporters outside the White House on Friday that he would be loved by the majority of Americans if they didn’t spread “fake news.”
Prior to leaving on his trip to Japan, Trump told reporters: “if you people gave straight news I’d be at 70, I’d be maybe at 75” referring to his poll numbers. He then added: “but you don’t give straight news, you give fake news.
Trump then went on to claim that even with the media treating him unfairly to his standards that he’s still winning the election.
Take a look at Trump lashing out at reporters in the video clip below:
Trump claims with a straight face that his approval rating would be 75 percent if not for “the fake news.” pic.twitter.com/phZJWWUMtS
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 24, 2019