Trump Seen After 60 Minutes Interview, Appears To Sulk While Not Smiling At Cheering Supporters

The walk of shame.


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I’m sure you’ve heard the news by now — Donald Trump’s interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Leslie Stahl apparently did not go well today.

While we’re still unsure of the reasoning behind what happened, CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins reported on Twitter that the President “abruptly” left the interview before it was over and didn’t even return to film his scheduled walk and talk with Vice President Mike Pence.

Unsurprisingly, it didn’t take long at all for Trump to take to his own Twitter account in response to the reports with what was essentially a toddler-esque temper tantrum, in which he mused about releasing his interview “prior to airtime” and claimed, “This will be done so that everybody can get a glimpse of what a FAKE and BIASED interview is all about,” before adding his customary jab at his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden.

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However, it seems as though Donald’s social media outburst just wasn’t enough to make him feel any better this time.

Footage was captured of the President this evening as he departed the White House, in route to his umpteenth MAGA rally over the past handful of days, on the heels of the seemingly disastrous 60 Minutes half-interview, and it appeared as though Donald was as sullen and pouty as we’ve possibly ever seen him.

Take a look for yourself:

The only other time I ever recall seeing this guy so down in the dumps was right after he got trolled by a bunch of TikTok kids.

As a close, personal friend of mine, who has first-hand experience with narcissistic personality disorders, said, “He was suffering in the clip. It was another walk of shame. She must have ripped him apart.”

Frankly, I cannot wait to see it.

Featured image via screen capture 


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