US News Donald Trump's worst verbal dropouts
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US President Donald Trump (74) often seems to have his own truths. The 74-year-old, who is standing for re-election on November 3, has caused a sensation in recent years with a few sayings. Here is a small selection:
After the rampage at a school in Florida, in which 17 people were killed Trump recalled a fatal shootout in Orlando in February 2018. "Take the Pulse nightclub," he said during an appearance, according to US media reports. "If you had a person in this room with a gun who knew how to use it, it wouldn't have happened, or certainly not to that extent." In fact, a uniformed and armed man with 15 years of experience worked for the police as security on site that night and shot the perpetrator. 49 people were killed in the attack in June 2016.
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The greatest inauguration ever?
In May 2018, Trump tweeted against the Democrats and their "terrible law" that "separates children from their parents as soon as they cross the US border". A year later he spoke again about "the separation policy" of his predecessor Barack Obama (59). Trump himself "brought the families together," he claimed. Trump's immigration policy has long caused outrage. Pictures of children in cages separated from their parents went around the world.
Immediately after his inauguration in January 2017, it became clear how Trump is straightening the facts. His then press spokesman Sean Spicer (49) said at the time: "That was the largest audience that was ever at a swearing-in, both locally and worldwide. Period." Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway (53) later defended Spicer's controversial statements as "alternative facts". And Trump added on ABC News, "According to the numbers we got from all the different sources, we had the largest audience in the history of the inaugural speeches." Clearly seen in the pictures: At Obama's inauguration (with around 1.8 million viewers) there were many more people ...
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The coronavirus will "disappear"
Trump's assessments were often wrong when it came to the coronavirus. The problem would be temporary, said the US President, for example: "It will go away. One day it will be like a miracle - it will go away." Another time he thought out loud whether spraying disinfectant against Covid-19 could help. He later revised this statement. Trump then infected himself in October. After returning to the White House, he posted a video on Twitter saying, "I've learned so much about the coronavirus," and one thing is certain, people shouldn't let the virus dominate their lives. And: "Do not be afraid of it. You will defeat it." According to media reports, more than 200,000 people in the USA have died as a result of a coronavirus infection.
Insults are Trump's business
Trump is said to have made contempt for people from Haiti and parts of Africa. In 2018, the US President was apparently wondering why so many people from "shithole countries" had to come to the USA. Before his election in 2016, the then-presidential candidate also said of Mexican immigrants: "They bring drugs, they bring crime. They are rapists. And some, I suspect, are good people."
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When it comes to insults, Trump's list is generally long. For example, he described Nancy Pelosi (80) from the Democrats as a "disgusting, vengeful, terrible person". Trump thinks his current challenger and former Vice President Joe Biden (77) is "sleepy" and "stupid". Joe Biden was only a good Vice President "because he knew how to kiss Barack Obama's ass". About Senator John McCain, who died in 2018, Trump etched in a 2015 speech: "He is not a war hero. He is a war hero because he was captured? I like people who have not been captured."
Hollywood has to believe in it too
A respected actress caught Meryl Streep (71) in 2017. The three-time Oscar winner is "one of the most overrated actresses" in Hollywood, Trump said of her. And about Heidi Klum (47) he announced in 2015 that she was "unfortunately not a 10" on the beauty scale.
Another prominent victim of the current president: presenter Rosie O'Donnell (58). "If I did 'The View' I would fire Rosie O'Donnell. I mean, I would look right into that fat, ugly face and say, 'Rosie, you are fired,'" Trump said on Entertainment Tonight "2006. About Lena Dunham (34) and Whoopi Goldberg (64) he remarked on" Fox & Friends "2016:" It would be really a great thing for our country if they disappeared. "
Melania Trump “disgusted” by Donald Trump? Her hairdresser takes the lead .
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