Well, it seems Donald Trump just can’t control his tendency to spread falsehoods to satisfy his despicable self-glorification. During a joint press conference with Brittain’s Prime Minister, Theresa may, Trump claimed that he predicted a Brexit victory, from Scotland, the day before the referendum. But, of course, he didn’t.
“I happened to be in Scotland, at Turnberry, cutting a ribbon when Brexit happened,” he said. “And we had a vast amount of press there and I said, Brexit — this was the day before, you probably remember — I said Brexit is going to happen, and I was scorned in the press for making that prediction,” he said on Friday.
But there’s a problem. Trump was not in Scotland ahead of the vote. He landed in the UK after the referendum and praised the outcome during the ribbon-cutting ceremony in Scotland on June 24, 2016 — a day later, CNN reported.
“I felt that it was going to happen,” Trump told reporters gathered for the re-opening of his refurbished golf resort.
This man just can stop lying!!