Trump Repeatedly Accuses New York Times Of Not “Writing Good”
“The media is very unfair,” Trump told a crowd of rubes yesterday, “No matter how good I do on something, they’ll never write good.”
Well, he would know, wouldn’t he?
It’s always so hard to know if Trump knows what he’s doing. Could anyone actually be such a thick, crowing moron? He’s like a parody character in a second-rate improv show.
He even repeated his stupid grammar: “They don’t write good. They have people over there, like Maggie Haberman and others, they don’t — they don’t write good,” he said. “They don’t know how to write good.”
This has gotta be a joke, right?
And yet the dummies who believe that he’s a leader, and not simply a rich idiot with no ideas, are still lapping up his rhetoric. They don’t read the New York Times; they don’t like the New York Times; they don’t care that he can’t put together a proper sentence. What does Trump have to lose by attacking a newspaper?
He later threatened to pull the NY Times‘ credentials, which would make it a lot harder for the paper to cover him. His complaint: the paper isn’t reporting fairly or accurately. This may be part of a longer strategy to have someone to blame when he loses the election: he can claim in November that the election was rigged and unfair, and he would have won if not for media bias.
Because of course, nothing bad that happens to Donald is ever Donald’s fault. He’s a perfect man who never does anything wrong, a precious little baby prince.