Donald Trump started touting his Facebook prowess in what was supposed to be a serious question on the safety of our troops in Iraq.
I just found out I’m number one on Facebook
Donald Trump once again discredited himself as he gave a press conference that included talking about Iran-induced attacks on Ameican troops. The reporter then asked about the wisdom of doing 'negotiation' by tweet.
Trump without blinking an eye brushed off the question. He then, in what is supposed to be a serious presser that he was number one on Facebook. In other words, he said he had the most likes.
Hollywood Life reported it as follows.
The entire world is facing the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, but U.S. President Donald Trump, 73, has his mind on other things. “Did you know I was number one on Facebook? I just found out I’m number one on Facebook,” Donald proudly boasted at a press conference on Wednesday, April 1. “I thought that was very nice. For whatever it means, it represents something,” he continued, answering a question about his earlier tweets threatening Iran. While he didn’t clarify exactly how he is number one, fans were quick to point out that President Barack Obama actually has 55 million likes on his page compared to Trump’s 25 million.