Donald Trump Trouble Understanding Things
It happened early in his Administration during a tutorial on American might worldwide.
Fri, Jan 17 '20
He appeared oblivious to the fact we destroyed their country over two decades of war.
Fri, Jan 03 '20
The President genuinely didn't seem to understand the definition of centennial.
Mon, Nov 25 '19
The Whistleblower Protection Act was signed by Bill Clinton in 1998.
Mon, Nov 11 '19
He denies the accusation, but multiple senior officials have confirmed the report.
Sun, Aug 25 '19
Nobody told Donald that he doesn't have the authority to make that order.
Fri, Aug 23 '19
Senator Grassley even questioned if Trump fully understood what he was doing.
Tue, May 14 '19
Criticism by: Chuck Grassley
There is literally zero evidence to back up Trump's wild claim.
Tue, Apr 02 '19
Top officials privately worried Trump will give much away and get nothing in return.
Fri, Feb 22 '19
The President called for a nationwide 6G wireless network before we even have national 5G.
Thu, Feb 21 '19
The President cited 1888, which was in the middle of a twenty-three year long depression.
Mon, Feb 11 '19
The claim continues to be news to steel company executives.
Mon, Jan 28 '19
The actor says Trump genuinely appeared to not recognize Bale was a fictional character.
Wed, Dec 12 '18
Tillerson claimed Trump pouted every time he was told he couldn't do something.
Fri, Dec 07 '18
Campaign finance violations, tax fraud, and lying a bank are all crimes.
Thu, Aug 23 '18
He predicted that the market will crash if Congress removed him from office.
Thu, Aug 23 '18
Cohen plead guilty to 2 campaign finance violations that were most certainly criminal.
Wed, Aug 22 '18
You can, in fact, see stealth fighter jets.
Tue, Jul 24 '18
The "bowling ball test" is nonexistent and has never been conducted before.
Wed, Mar 14 '18
Top aid admitted that his erratic deal making isn't helpful.
Sun, Jan 21 '18
The fighter jets he was referring to only exist in the game "Call of Duty."
Thu, Jan 11 '18
Local stations require licensing by the FCC, but national corporations do not.
Wed, Oct 11 '17