“A fool over the age of forty is a fool forever,” there goes a saying.
US president Donald Trump who is well-known for passionately hating the media among other nasty things got booed earlier Friday when he addressed diverse audience at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos Switzerland.
Trump carried his mischief of vicious attack on the media calling them fake, horrible and all shot of names.
Trump said he had a very good press when he was a businessman and he never realized the press can be that ‘nasty’ until he became a politician.
” As a businessman I was treated really well by the press and I had a really good press and it wasn’t till I became a politician that I realize how nasty, I mean how vicious and how fake the press can be,” he said as the infamous statement gets boo instead of applause.
There was also unpleasant reaction from the audience when Claud Schwab introduced Trump who also carried his “America first” rhetoric to where it was not quite relevant.
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President Donald Trump has finally unveiled what he calls “the highly-anticipated 2017 fake news awards” with big media houses topping the list.
The list published earlier Thursday on the official GOP website this week shows the The New York Times taking the first spot after Paul Krugman reportedly claimed on the day of President Trump’s historic, landslide victory that the economy would never recover.
“Paul Krugman says will ‘never’ recover from Trump; dow hits record high,” read the statement.
Trump who fiercely and repeatedly attacked the media issued the statement weeks ago outlining that the awards will range from inaccurate to fake news reporting.
ABC News comes second with untested claims that “Brian Ross CHOKES and sends markets in a downward spiral with false report.”
The president astonishingly placed the Cable News Network (CNN) his probably most hated media organization in the third position for ‘falsely’ reporting that candidate Donald Trump and his son Donald J. Trump, Jr. had access to hacked documents from WikiLeaks.
“CNN botches dates, inaccurately reports Trump campaigns had Wikileaks sneak peek,” a statement embedded on the website reads.
The controversial United States President Donald Trump ridiculed immigrants on Sunday despite ongoing international outrage over ‘racist’ remarks he allegedly made against African countries, Haiti and El Salvador over the weekend.
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Trump who is seemingly not deterred by the global reaction on him for describing the aforementioned countries as ‘shithole,’ made the nut even tighter in a statement on his twitter feed.
” I, as President, want people coming into our Country who are going to help us become strong and great again, people coming in through a system based on MERIT. No more Lotteries! FIRST”
Trump repeatedly used the “America First” and “Make America Great Again” rhetoric during the campaign trails two years ago but many have criticized and questioned when was America great?
Branded as a white supremacist and an impersonator who never ceases to masquerade as a human being on daily basis, Trump has demonstrated unwavering hatred towards people of African decent and the Arab world even before taking over the top job at the White House.
Trump who is arguably the toughest president as far as domestic policies are concerned, dismissed the report of labeling nations of immigrants “shithole.”
In a statement to Reuters earlier this week, London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan said Trump will not be granted entrance in the United King if he travels of divisive agendas.