US President Donald Trump has once again found himself in the wrong corner of the ring. The bout coming from a journalist who shut him down for lying to Americans that he had the biggest Electoral College votes since President Ronald Reagan. This was during a press conference yesterday at the White House when he named Alexander Acosta as his nominee to head the Us Department of Labour. President Trump is known for double speak and has over time become the master of inaccurate information. The journalist who was quick to note to the President that George Bush and even the immediate former President Barrack Obama had got a bigger margin than he did was however quickly dismissed by Trump.
‘Well, I was given that information, I don’t know, I was just given, we had a very very big margin,’ Trump responded. The journalist went ahead to ask him why he expected Americans to trust him while he was feeding them inaccurate information, to which he responded; ‘ I was given that information, actually, I have seen that information around, but it was a very substantial victory, do you agree with that?’
President Trump has often found himself in trouble for double speak, this trait has had him perceived as unintelligent with hundreds of memes always trending on social media after his speeches or media addresses. But he always has the last say, and still always blames the media for misquoting him. Is President Donald Trump just straight ignorant of facts? Here is a sample video meme that has perceived him as ignorant;
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