Donald Trump Tells Veterans: ‘I’m The President’ Then Bashes The Media Again (VIDEO)

Donald J. Trump began his holiday weekend getaway by bashing the media during a rally to honor American veterans in which he said he would not allow the “fake” media to stop his agenda. The former reality show star also reminded the crowd at the Celebrate Freedom Concert at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. that he is the president and the media isn’t. So there!

“The fake media is trying to silence us,” Trump told the crowd after returning to Washington briefly from his golf club in New Jersey. “But we will not let them. Because the people know the truth. The fake media tried to stop us from going to the White House. But I’m president and they’re not.”

“The fact is the press destroyed themselves because they went too far. Instead of being subtle and smart, they used the hatchet and the people saw it right from the beginning,” he continued.

“The dishonest media will not stop us from accomplishing our objectives on behalf of the American people. Their agenda is not your agenda,” he told his supporters.


On Saturday, the amateur president went on quite a tweetstorm against the media and told his followers that his rage-tweets aren’t presidential, but they are ‘modern day presidential.’

Then on Saturday night, he honored veterans by bashing the media again because it’s all about him. President ‘bone spurs’ used that moment to stick it to the librul media™ instead of taking the high road.

As for his ‘agenda,’ since the former reality show star brought it up, a Fox News poll concluded that seventy-one percent say that Trump’s tweets are hurting his agenda. Just 17 percent see the tweets as helpful. That is from his own base, which is declining.

It was only months ago that we had an actual President who held the office with dignity. Those days are gone. At least for now. Mr. Mueller, please hurry up. There’s an insane, narcissistic nutbag in the White House and he needs to be locked up via the Baker Act then later, investigators can determine whether his campaign colluded with a hostile foreign government or not. Via the Baker Act, he can be put on hold for 72 hours to determine if he’s a threat to himself or others, thankyouverymuch.

Featured image via screen capture. 

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