For his last 3 1/2 years he’s been doing his sidewalk act in front the media…
He claims anything good was because he did it….
And anything bad is because he wasn’t there…
Now that America IS trying to climb out the worst health and economic hole it’s been in for all oct 100 years ?
He wants divorce himself from the mess-ups and hands-off policies he has had as the President of the United State, the head of the executive branch of Government?
(As the head?of the 3 million or so ‘government?’…He still tries to get over as an ‘outsider’…)
He wants you to overlook that he has provided little to no assistance to the nations Governors to provide leadership, equipment , money and even moral support…
He wants you to overlook the gross lies and ineptness he peddled to the media and public everyday for over a month…
He wants you to over look the lack empathy he has towards a crisis that he can’t get his head to accept….
He wants to you to overlook his backwards economic and foreign policy that has made things worst for the countries economic recovery…
ALL the above Donald Trump wants you, the voter, to forget…
For the next 6 months he’s gonna dance in the media to try to get you give him FOUR more years to make things even WORST…
And the crazy thing is?
Millions of Americans will take the bait and vote for him….
And his Alternate Reality…
With unemployment at its worst rate since the Great Depression, and deaths from COVID-19 still rising in most of the country, President Trump argued Friday that Americans should not hold him responsible for the calamity on his watch.
Less than six months before Election Day, Trump’s new campaign message — don’t blame him — is a risky bet that voters will credit his efforts to fight the pandemic and revive the moribund economy, and not hold him accountable for the administration’s much-criticized response and the 75,000 U.S. deaths so far, the most of any country.
In an lengthy interview on “Fox & Friends,” Trump appeared to dismiss the stunning spike in jobless claims — 20.5 million in April alone, putting the unemployment rate at 14.7%, the highest since 1933 — as beyond his control.
“It’s fully expected, there’s no surprise, everybody knows that,” Trump said. “Even the Democrats aren’t blaming me for that. But what I can do is, I’ll bring it back,”
The message, which Democrats quickly rejected, echoed Trump’s not-my-fault claim after Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told Congress on March 12 that the government’s lack of widespread testing for the coronavirus was “a failing.”
“I don’t take responsibility at all,” Trump said the next day, although he had downplayed the danger of the virus for weeks.
No president likes taking blame when things go bad, but it’s unusual by any historic standard for a “wartime president,” as Trump has called himself, to adamantly declare his own lack of influence or culpability.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, elected after his predecessor was turned out of office for decisions that exacerbated the Great Depression, pledged to turn the calamity into an opportunity. “We are going to make a country in which no one is left out,” he vowed. The sign on Harry Truman’s desk during the early Cold War became his legacy: “The buck stops here.”
“Usually Americans like it when you take blame, because you are the most powerful person in the world,” said Douglas Brinkley, a Rice University presidential historian. “The presidents that we really look up to in retrospect are ones who knew how to do things decisively, but took consequences for their actions.”
Most presidents acknowledge a degree of humility if not fallibility and ask fellow Americans — and God — for help in achieving their policy goals. Trump took a dramatically different tack at the Republican National Convention in 2016, declaring of America’s problems, “I alone can fix it.”
That proved an empty boast, at least for the coronavirus crisis. Trump has variously blamed former President Obama, China, the World Health Organization, Democrats, governors and the media.
In recent weeks, he has increasingly has sought to move on, dismissing alarming new statistics and models, refusing House requests for testimony from Fauci and others, and praising armed protesters who gathered at the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing to demand easing of lockdown restrictions….