Donald Trump spent his weekly address whining about Democrats “resisting” his political appointees, claiming that they are depriving the American people of what they voted for.
“Senate Democrats call it The Resistance,” Trump began. “They’re resisting the will of the American voter and it’s not good.”
That’s quite a comment coming from someone who lost the popular vote by 2,864,974 votes. The American public did speak and they didn’t want Trump in office.
But Trump still continued attacking Democrats.
“From day one, Senate Democrats have shamelessly obstructed, stalled, and filibustered the confirmations of hundreds of talented men and women who are eager to come to Washington, D.C. to make a difference,” Trump claimed. “They want to serve our country.”
Trump went on to say Democrats don’t want to fund his border wall because they’re “scared” to make him and Republicans look good.
Trump claimed Democrats in Congress “don’t want border security for two reasons. Number one, they don’t care about it and number two, they’re afraid it’s going to make me and the Republicans look good and they don’t want that, that comes before our country.”
“These actions are endangering our citizens, threatening our communities and undermining our national security,” Trump argued.
Trump went on to beg Democrats to stop resisting him.
“It is is time for Senate Democrats to stop resisting the will of the American people,” he begged.
“So very simply, stop resisting the will of the American people,” he repeated.
Take a look at the video clip below: