Weirdly, Trump called on Fox News' Sean Hannity to ask a question usually reserved for the WH press corps and then soon after Sean's "Reykjavik" analogy became one of the most used talking points about the failed NOKO Summit in America.
Trump hemmed and hawed about the new deal struck in Congress to keep the federal government open, saying he needed to 'study' it. And by "study" he means check Coulter's twitter stream and listen to Limbaugh. Weak!
Fox News White House reporter John Roberts chuckled, remembering that a week ago Trump said medieval walls worked but today he said he didn't need a 2,000 mile concrete wall.
During a press pool spray Friday afternoon, Trump lied and told reporters that many federal workers who are not collecting paychecks or are working for no pay are supporting his government shutdown.
The sucking sound you heard on your television speakers was the sound all of America heard when they tuned in to hear Trump read a teleprompter through his nostrils.
Immediately after Trump's uninspiring and stilted presidential address about his govt shutdown and funding his wall, Fox News' Shepard Smith along with Chris Wallace highlighted many of Trump's falsehoods in his very short speech.
Trump shut down the federal government because he couldn't take being criticized by Rush Limbaugh so there's no need for major TV networks to air his grievances about it.
On his way to Camp David, Trump falsely claimed that "if you go back to the year 2000, we have thousands of people that are killed by illegal immigration, by people coming into the country illegally and killing our citizens."
A lie is never too old for Trump to tell the press.
During Trump's bizarre and rambling post-cabinet press conference, Donald attacked Gen. Mattis over Afghanistan and said he thinks he'd be a good general.
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