Donald Trump Interrupted Interviewer to Brag about his Rally Attendance Numbers

Trump speaking at the Loren Cook Company in Springfield, MissouriBy: Joyce N. Boghosian
Type: Boastful\BraggingMar 23 2017 Severity:

President Trump was asked during a Time magazine interview how the country can trust his credibility on announcing for example a 'serious national security event', where Trump interrupted the question to say: "The country believes me. Hey. I went to Kentucky two nights ago, we had 25,000 people in a massive basketball arena. There wasn’t a seat, they had to send away people. I went to Tennessee four nights ago. We had a packed house, they had to send away thousands of people. You saw that, right. Did you see that?"

Main Source: time.com

Description | He used attendance numbers to demonstrate how much 'the country believes' him.

President Trump was asked during a Time magazine interview how the country can trust his credibility on announcing for example a 'serious national security event', where Trump interrupted the question to say:

"The country believes me. Hey. I went to Kentucky two nights ago, we had 25,000 people in a massive basketball arena. There wasn’t a seat, they had to send away people. I went to Tennessee four nights ago. We had a packed house, they had to send away thousands of people. You saw that, right. Did you see that?"