His victory speech on Nov. 9, 2016, triggered cautious hope that perhaps his presidency has not been able to be quite as hate-filled as his campaign.
“We will cope somewhat with everyone, with everyone — all people and all other nations, ” Trump dedicated. “We will seek common ground , not enmity; partnership , not conflict.”
But within weeks, he had unleashed the first of a apparently inexhaustible torrent of Twitter tirades from his new bully pulpit. He lambasted the “failing” New York Times, the “highly overrated” Broadway musical “Hamilton, ” the “unwatchable” “Saturday Night Live” and, of course, the “crooked” media, to refer a few.
By December, Trump had led his Twitter grievances overseas. Eras after professing a phone call from the heads of state of Taiwan — which nullified decades of diplomatic protocol and spurred China to lodge an official complaint — a clearly agitated Trump began griping about Beijing’s decision to devalue its own money, reiterating his campaign am of the view that China was “raping our country” by paining the U.S. economy.
He was just warming up.
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Trump apparently hurled beings from African countries and Haiti during a meet on Thursday with lawmakers about migration safeties, alluding that they weren’t wanted in America.
“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries “re coming”? ” Trump said in the intersect, generators told numerous media channels. He afterwards noted that more people from countries like Norway may be able to immigrate.
The White House didn’t disavow Trump made a comment in a statement released after the outburst was made public, instead saying the president would “always fight for the American people” and that he was “fighting for permanent answers that impel home countries stronger by accepting those who can contribute to our society.”