By now it’s not really a secret that Donald Trump’s a thin-skinned, weak, insecure buffoon with an extremely fragile ego. In all my life, I don’t think I’ve ever seen or heard anyone who’s as pathetically sad as Donald J. Trump.
What makes it even worse is that he tries to present himself as some sort of “tough-talking, confident, macho alpha male” when he’s nothing of the sort. He’s a bully, and like most bullies, he’s fine going after people he feels are weaker than he is, or attacking people from afar, but he throws massive hissy fits the moment anyone pushes back against him.
While there have been numerous examples of how much of a loser Trump is, one of the best made headlines Saturday night when a new report revealed that Trump apparently told UK Prime Minister Theresa May that he’s not going to visit the United Kingdom until he feels he’ll get a “better reception.”
As reported by The Independent:
The US President asked the Prime Minister to prepare a “warm welcome” before he agrees to set a date, it has been claimed.
The pair spoke on the phone to discuss the planned state visit, which has now been postponed until next year.
“I haven’t had great coverage out there lately, Theresa,” Mr Trump told Ms May.
Ms May replied: “Well, you know what the British press are like.”
But Mr Trump added: “I still want to come, but I’m in no rush.”
“So, if you can fix it for me, it would make things a lot easier.”
“When I know I’m going to get a better reception, I’ll come and not before.”
So the guy who likes to run his mouth on Twitter, and portray himself as this ultra tough guy — is too scared to visit the UK because of how much people hate him there.
Like I said, what a loser.
Do his supporters realize how incredibly weak this makes the United States look? The current “president” is obviously too afraid to visit one of our main allies because he doesn’t want to face the backlash.
I especially liked how he told May to “fix it” for him, another sign that he seems to believe leaders should be able to control the media. What does he expect her to do, tell the British press to “be nice”? Like most of the other free nations on Earth, the media in the UK is not controlled by the government. That typically only happens in nations ruled by tyrants and dictators, a leadership style Trump clearly admires.
It’s situations like these that confirm my belief that Trump’s suffering from some sort of serious mental illness. I really don’t believe he grasps reality, the world around him, or how anything actually works. He lives in an existence where he thinks he can just tell people to do something and they’re supposed to make that happen — even if what he’s asking/demanding of them is impossible.
But this is the reality in which we’re all now currently living; the current “President” of the United States is apparently afraid to visit the UK because of how much he’s loathed there.
As I’ve said for months, Donald Trump is a national embarrassment, a disgrace to this country, and I am absolutely mortified that he’s representing the United States as this nation’s leader.
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