Trump Says A Buddy Of His Called Him “The Most Perfect Person”

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Donald Trump appeared in a televised town hall with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday, and the president told the host that a friend had told him he has to be “the most perfect person,” then added, “isn’t that true?” The audience, of course, applauded. We’re wondering if that friend’s name is John Miller, John Barron or David Dennison.

Well, the most perfect person is being murdered in the polls by presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden after President Perfect’s first term has brought this country to its knees.

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One Twitter sleuth uncovered who Trump’s friend is.

Let’s talk about how perfect this president is — since Trump brought it up. During the interview, the president said his biggest accomplishment was legislation that was signed into law by former President Barack Obama in 2014. On Thursday night, the Trump administration filed its opening brief asking the Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare amid the national health crisis — and replace it with nothing. The brief includes a section explicitly arguing that Obamacare’s preexisting condition protections should be killed.

Trump still thinks he’s running against Obama, and yet, that’s never happened. This president fumbled when leading this country through national crises, and now, more than one hundred and twenty-six thousand Americans are dead from COVID-19. During racial strife in the U.S., Trump sought to commit violence against protesters. This president thinks he is judge, jury, and executioner, and he lacks the empathy gene. But, sure, what a perfect human being.

There are just four months to go until Election Day, and Trump’s poll numbers are plummeting. Even Sean Hannity knows this from the look on his face when the president heaped praise on himself from a “friend.” Sure, Joe Biden makes gaffes, but those are words. In contrast, Trump’s actions are dangerous. Oh, and unemployment numbers are in the double digits, but he’s a perfect president.

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