Compared to any of his predeccessors, President Donald Trump without any doubt will certaily go down in the books of history as one of the most controvesial and interesting Presidents The United States of America has ever had. He has made and uttered several statements that on many occassions have made rounds on social media, either considered funny and unfitting of a president to make, or simply made those statements that rubbed many the wrong way. Many people have thus been made to believe that this “Tyrant” and his style of rule has caused shame to the people of The United States. Today many citizens of this country will clearlyindicate how to they would not make the same mistake twice or have any second thoughts to not vote for him again.
But the real question is, is it really true with all the negative media coverage of Mr. Trump? Is it simply games or strategies being employed by the opposition to tarnish his image?
Let’s however look at some of the truth in the media coverage of Mr. Trump.
1. Spelling mistakes
On May 31, at 12:06 a.m., Trump tweeted a bizarre, seemingly incomplete message:
“Despite the constant negative press covfefe.”
“Covfefe” appears to be a mangled attempt at typing “coverage,” and most users who saw the tweet assumed Trump would delete it and try again.
However, astonishingly, the tweet stayed up for a full six hours before it was taken down. In the meantime, online jokesters went wild:
2. Pronounciation mistakes and lack of enough research before a major speech
Trump lavished praise on the health care system of Nambia during a speech at the United Nations. But there’s one little problem — there’s no such country.
3. Trump’s lies
“I cut off hundreds of millions of dollars off one particular plane, hundreds of millions of dollars in a short period of time. It wasn’t like I spent, like, weeks, hours, less than hours, and many, many hundreds of millions of dollars. And the plane’s going to be better.”, he mentioned this despite the fact that the cuts were already planned
4. Tried to intimidate his former FBI director into silence by threatening to release secret recordings of their conversations.
After Comey’s associates told the New York Times that Trump had demanded a loyalty pledge, the president sought to prove that he wasn’t an amateur authoritarian, by tweeting this:
“James Comey better hope that there are no “tapes” of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!”
5. Undermined international cooperation on climate change — and America’s credibility on the world stage — out of mindless spite.
The Trump administration was always going to sabotage the Paris climate accord. You can’t put a climate change denier in charge of the EPA without jeopardizing the international community’s collective commitment to curbing emissions.
When news first broke of the attack at London bridge, the president of the United States retweeted an unsubstantiated report from Matt Drudge; reiterated his call for banning immigration from several muslim countries; and suggested that a low-casualty attack committed by men with knives somehow validated his opposition to gun control.