By Basia Powell
President Trump’s poll numbers are falling. The latest Washington Post Poll shows the President with a 38% rating. The President overall numbers have been dropping, since many financial pundits have been predicting a looming recession. He is the first US President of this era, to not attain majority approval.
Despite these low numbers, President Trump continues to fire up and be uncensored. From Twitter fights with supermodel Chrissy Teigen and husband, actor/singer John Legend to his fiery campaign speeches; Trump appears to be on a roll.
Yesterday POTUS reminded reporters how rich he is, on the White House south lawn (where he conducts most of his press conferences/rants these days).
‘I own a lot of different places, soon you’ll find that out. Because I’ll be, at some point prior to the election, I’m going to be giving out a financial report of me, and it will be extremely complete. I’m going to be give out my financial condition, and you’ll be extremely shocked that the numbers are many, many times what you think. I don’t need somebody to take a room overnight at a hotel.’
Four years later, we are still awaiting Trumps tax returns. Which will answer a lot of questions.
He made the above statement after being questioned about the Vice President and his wife staying at one of the Trump resorts in Scotland. He also tweeted,
His rants continued last night, at a rally in North Carolina. He defended his hair last night. Yes his hair! It all happened after the location of the rally was moved from Fayetteville Regional Airport, to Crown Expo center, due to inclement weather. He said,
‘I was even willing to stand out in the rain and get my hair soaking wet but they said it was a little bit out of your district, but I was willing to do it. I would’ve taken it. I would’ve been very proud to have done it. It would have shown it’s my real hair at least. It’s my hair. May not be great, but I will say it’s better than most of my friends’ who are the same age.’
Yes the President is giving us hairgoals. In the mean time, his poll numbers are slipping and financial experts are warning that his recent trade tactics with China, as well as other economic policies, are courting a recession.