In his first television interview since assuming power last Friday, Donald Trump compares himself to Peyton Manning. Everything else was even weirder. Construction of a wall along the US-Mexico border may begin within a few months.
Pres. Trump on potential reaction to executive action on immigration: "The world is a mess. The world is as angry as it gets." pic.twitter.com/q4UsDuOkEz
— ABC News (@ABC) January 26, 2017
In the interview with ABC’s David Muir, the narcissist-in-chief couldn’t stop obsessively returning to the topic of his perceived grudges over inauguration crowd size, his vote count in the election, even his appearance at CIA last week, roundly criticized by those at the agency. Trump didn’t get the memo.
"In fact, they said it was the biggest standing ovation since Peyton Manning had won the Super Bowl and they said it was equal," he lied.
President of the United States: People who think plunder is illegal are "fools." https://t.co/FI4LJQhtPz
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 26, 2017
In the rambling and deeply unsettling interview, the obviously deranged Trump says torture is a viable interrogation option in his war against ISIS.
Trump also said his presidential campaign was “one of the greatest victories ever;” he defended his bizarre CIA speech as “a home run;” and he criticized “unflattering” and “demeaning” portrayals of his inauguration crowd size by the very bad and unfair media. Sad! "
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