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The 78 wildest lines in Donald Trump's epic ABC interview



I worked through the whole thing – and pulled the best lines. They are amazingly strange.

. 1 Good event, good event … (inaudible) ethanol in it, great crowd, great people, great people.

Inaudible ethanol would be a good band name and let's go!

2. " Caucus is different. People come in They talk to them.

[Opens PoliSci textbook, flips to “caucus” section, reads]: "Caucus is different. People come in They talk to them. "

. 3" These people could not get in. Nice people. It's a lot – look at the – look – look at the people. You can not get in, George. "

Trump is forever obsessed with how many people visit him and how many more wanted to visit him. Always.

4." I think it's great in virtually every state we compete in. I think Iowa is great. I think Ohio and Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina. Pennsylvania, I'm fine. "

" The Trump campaign fires several pollsters after unflattering numbers have become known. "

. 5" Yes, we will announce that in about two months. "

I'm talking about the health plan that no elected Republican official wants him to announce, especially his timeline …

6." You'll see that in a month if we ̵

1; if we – saw him imagine. We will have a plan. "

… because he's just changed." According to Trump, in mid-July, about two weeks before Congress leaves the city, he will announce his new health plan for a month in the annual August break, um, district working hours. [19659002] 7. "We have a lot of power in terms of trade. And – we have great numbers. The companies are very strong. They are very liquid.

Which companies? All of them?

8. " He is my choice. Exactly. But we also have people in there who were not my choice. But he is my choice. And – I do not agree with him at all.

Trump refers to Jerome Powell, his commissioner as chairman of the Federal Reserve, who is Trump's choice, but not his type, if you understand my meaning.

9. " I inherited nearly $ 21 trillion in debt. I inherited that. "

It is true that President Barack Obama grew the public debt at the fastest rate that ever existed, do you know who the second is?" Donald John Trump also said: "I invented the tie with the piano key. I invented it! "- Jacobim Mugatu

10." We are on the verge of being very, very strong. We are on the verge of being stronger than ever. "

Very, very strong is good, right?

11." People do not understand the tariffs, but I understand them. And I also understand the power of tariffs. "

" Tolls do not work like this: A review of Trump's misinformation about the trade (among others) "

12." I recently had a case of this with The New York Times, where they write things that know it's wrong. Knowledge. "

It's not exactly clear which story Trump is referring to here, but the idea that the New York Times knowingly published false information is very hard to believe, and I do not mean" very hard to believe. " possible. "

. 13" I do not call it tweets. I call it social media.

The same.

14. " And it is not a tweet. They are social media. "

No, I have no idea why this distinction is important to Trump too, thank you for asking.

15." I released one this morning. And as soon as I pressed the button, they said, "We have the latest news." Every network, every station. "We have the latest news." They read my tweet. Why is that so bad? "

This explanation is the best I've ever seen why Trump uses Twitter so much.He loves being able to drive message cycles – even if the news cycle is unfavorable to him.The power to do it is intoxicating for him – someone who has spent his entire life trying to convince himself of what he believes is a biased medium, now he can do the news with a single tweet and he loves it.

] 16 "Nobody was ever treated as badly as I am."

No one? Always? [Consults first page of any history book eve.]

17. "Although they say Abraham Lincoln was treated really badly. I have to say that's one thing. If you can believe it, Abraham Lincoln was reportedly treated very badly. "

This is true – especially if your definition of" supposedly treated very badly "was" murdered ".

18th." Nobody was treated badly. "Like me."

Yes, I think most "Americans who have been treated very badly" would read something like this: 1) Trump 2) African slaves 3) Native Americans.

19. "We've got great survey numbers recently. Enormous poll numbers."

"Fox News poll: Democrats want a solid leader, Biden leads Trump by 10 points ahead"
"Top Dems lead Trump in head-to-head matchups "

] 20." I wanted to say, "I'm running, I'm running, I'm running." But I did not run. There's a big difference, though I'm running and just saying, 'Hey, I hope you vote for someone.' "

" I'm not on the map, but I'm on the map because it's also a referendum I want you to vote, pretend I'm on the ballot. "- Donald Trump, October 2018

21." But Rasmussen – well, I do not know, c – Quinnipiac was for never exactly, Rasmussen was one of the most accurate polls. "

Rasmussen received a C + for his 2016 election campaign, according to the Poll Ranking. The poll value was 1.5 versus Republicans.

22nd "And, you know, for women, as you know, I've played very well with women the last time, I heard I did not do it, I would say, why, why? Explain. & # 39; I did beaten very well with women – "

[Narrator voice] He did not. Trump lost women 54% to 41% to Hillary Clinton.

23. "Well, I got 52%."

He actually did not reach 52% with women. He got 41%. He has received 52% with white women. What, well, draw your own conclusions.

24. "I think that – hey, Hillary Clinton focused on women, and I did phenomenally well – many, many, many points above what they thought."

Trump achieved 41% in women. Mitt Romney reached 44% in 2012. John McCain reached 42% in 2008. George W. Bush achieved 48% in 2004 and 44% in 2000. So if 41% is "phenomenally good," I did phenomenally well in High School in Calculus, and Hispanics because they have the lowest unemployment they have ever had in the history of the country. "

Trump's non-white work permit was 23% in the latest national CNN-SSRS survey.

26." We're doing the best job anyone has ever done as a first-time president. I think I have done more than any other President in his first term. "

It dawns on me that Trump may not be a great student of presidential history, or like history more general.

27." Müller comes out. There are no agreements. And basically a judgment that is not a hindrance. Robert Mueller made it quite clear in his special report and in his public statement earlier this month that he could have declared Trump innocent of the obstruction of justice he would have done, and he did not

28. "George, the report said no collusion."

From the report: "We understood that coordination requires an agreement – tacit or explicit – between the Trump campaign and the Russian government over election disruptions. This implies that more than the two parties take action that has been informed or responded to by the other's actions or interests. We used the concept of coordination in that sense when we stated in the report that the investigation did not reveal that the Trump campaign was in agreement with the Russian government in its electoral control activities. "

29th" I probably have an average of four or five hours or something like that.

"How can someone who sleeps 12 and 14 hours a day keep up with someone who sleeps three or four? "- Donald Trump

30." Um, I'm not a breakfast person at all. fortunately. I like lunch, but dinner is what I really like. "

My food ranking: 1) Dinner 2) Breakfast 4,627) Lunch

31." That's why we'll have things done when we can do the house like never before. "

" Choose me and all your wildest dreams come true. "- Pedro

32." I have the biggest people – yesterday I had some of the biggest business people in the world in my office, and they have nice offices that may be more beautiful than the Oval Office, though there's nothing better for me about what it represents. "

eloquence, your name is Donald Trump.

33." They did not have big flags. They had an American flag, but for the most part they had no flags. Uh, it's a little different from President Obama.

Donald Trump's contribution to the Oval Office? Flags!

34. " It's very comfortable, and I have a tremendous amount of work back there. In fact, you would see that it is a completely different effect. You can not have that – every time we have pictures that everyone wants, you do not want to take everything from your desk, so I have a desk here that I actually use a lot more. "

Trump was criticized for having a desk empty in the Oval Office and told Stephanopoulos that there was an" enormous amount of work "behind the desk when my parents asked me if I had done my homework I played video games and I said: Oh yeah, it's all done – it's in a big folder in my backpack.

35. " And the bosses of royal firms and car companies and other presidents have not made the Oval Office easily accessible, and I do. "

Ah yes, the well-known" royal companies. "Are they related to the Golden Society?

36." I opened it and saw the letter I read it and found it very nice and I have it. Um, right there are more judges that I sign. We've signed 107 judges since I'm here, and I get 145 judges plus two Supreme Court judges we already have, and the numbers should be a lot higher than that. "

In Trump's speech about the letter that Obama has left for him in the White House is confirmed to the number of federal judges, without pause or a break, pure cause with streams of consciousness here.

37 "Because we have given the biggest tax cut in history

38. "In fact, these are false polls, and I think it is oppression. They suppress, they want to suppress people's thoughts, so they do not bother to go out and vote. That's nothing, what Trump says is that the polls are not good for him and that's why they have to be fake.

39 "I think it's probably, uh, I want them to think Whatever they think, they say, I mean, I saw and I read and I heard and I had a very short meeting. But people say they see UFOs, do I believe that? Not particularly.

Word Salad! With a page of UFOs! Delicious!

40. " And some of them really see things a little different than in the past, so we'll see, but we'll see. You will be the first to know. "

The President of the United States over the possibility of foreigners:" We will see it, but we will see it. "

41 have the biggest base in the history of politics because they do not believe in wrong things. "

42." For example, on Good Morning America they had this wrong choice information today. I explained to you last night that it was wrong, but you did not do anything about it. You should have done that, but it was late in the evening and maybe you did not get a chance.

Your regular reminder that Trump sees a lot of television.
  The 24 Best Lines by Donald Trump's ABC Interview

43. "I like the truth. I am actually a very honest guy. "

44." George, I know that he hates me. And then he puts 18 people on Democrats. "

Donald Trump's proof that Robert Müller hates him is because he knows that Müller hates him, which makes sense! Oh, too, Trump said that Müller acted in honor of the investigation in March. Good times.

45. "Because no one has any idea how corrupt the media is. They are corrupt. Luckily not everything. But the media are corrupt.

Read "corrupt" as "unwilling to write only positive stories about me. "

You will be very impressed by the work I have done, much, much, much, much, much better than anyone else."

Remember, Trump is the only Watergate president who is not one Published page of his previous tax returns.

47. "If you're going to cough, please leave the room, you just can not, you just can not cough, boy, boy, OK, you want to do that a little differently than er …"

The White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, coughed during Trump's response to his "fantastic financial report." Two thoughts: 1) Trump is a known germ and 2) He is effectively trying to produce ABC's interview with the executive.

48th "I'm looking forward to people seeing my financial report because it's phenomenal -"

Well, I think Trump is. He talks about his tax returns when he keeps saying "Financial Report." Of course, if he really wanted people to see his tax returns, he could just release them.

49th "But they are asking for things they should never ask for, which they have never asked for another president."

Trump is the only Watergate president who does not publish a single page of his previous tax returns.

50. "No Humans Hate Obamacare."

In the May issue of the Kaiser Family Foundation poll, 49% had an advantage Opinion of the Affordable Care Act, while 42% had an unfavorable opinion.

51st "Do you agree with coughing? I hate having a (inaudible) cough … No, but you do not agree?"

Yes, the cough is the key here

52. "My life has always been a fight."

His father gave him a "small" loan of $ 1 million as a twenty-year-old.

53rd "The campaign, the Trump campaign has rejected them, we had nothing to do with Russia."

"At least 16 Trump employees had contacts with Russians during the campaign or transition"

54. "I tell you, you talk about collusion, take a look at the collusion with the Democratic Party and Facebook and Google and Twitter." This is called collusion, that is, genuine collusion . "[19659009] The "real agreement", in Trump's head, formerly existed between Clinton's campaign and the Russians . That seems to have changed lately for Trump – when he claimed a sweeping conspiracy against conservatives on social media sites. He has not presented any convincing evidence for this claim.

55th "And [Rusian President Vladimir] Putin, I will say that if he had it, it would be up to him, he would much rather have Hillary Clinton as President."

From the Müller report, we know that Russians interfered with politics in 2016 election to help Trump and hurt Clinton because they believed Trump would be better for their country's long-term interests. Putin also said flatly that he wanted Trump to win after the summit of the two men in Helsinki. "Yes, I have," he said. "Yes, I did, because he spoke of normalizing relations between the US and Russia."

56th "I would guarantee you that 90%, possibly 100% of the congressmen or senators there have held meetings – if they were not elected, they would probably not be elected – on negative information about their opponent."

Trump seems either unable or unwilling to understand the difference between negative information that a campaign raises about another candidate, and information from a foreign power. The first is the usual business in politics. The latter is a clear attempt to influence the outcome of the sovereignty elections of another country.

57th "I do not know, I remain uninvolved, I remain totally uninvolved."

Trump talks about his dealings with the Justice Department and its ongoing investigations. And yes, that statement is absolutely ridiculous.

58th "Not only – not only that he was charged when you read it, with all the terrible false news – I mean, I read that my son would go to jail – that's a good young man – that he's going to jail would. "

It is true that Mueller did not accuse Donald Trump Jr.. It is also true that Trump Jr. has agreed to meet with Russians at the Trump Tower in the summer of 2016, promising that they had "dirt" on Hillary Clinton. It's also true that Trump Jr. responded to an email promising Clinton Muck: "If you say I love it especially later in the summer."

59th I do not think I ever called the FBI in my life. In my whole life. You do not call the FBI.

This is from a 2017 BuzzFeed story: "According to an 1981 FBI memo, Trump offered to fully cooperate with the bureau and suggested that FBI agents be in one of his own contemplated casino covert work. FBI agents even have a & # 39; undercover proposal on the TRUMP casino & # 39; prepared to discuss the senior agent and Trump according to the document.

60. "The FBI director is wrong because, frankly, that's not the case in life."

Trump says FBI director Christopher Wray, whom he has appointed for the job, is wrong, When Politicians Request Foreigners' Requests, Powers to the FBI Trump, as you may know, is not a law enforcement officer. Wray said last month on this topic : "If an official or a member of a campaign is a national state being contacted in the name of a nation state to influence or interfere with it Our choice is something the FBI wants to know.

61. When someone from a country in Norway calls, "We have information about your opponent. Oh, I think I'd like to hear it. "

Truly Stunning Stuff Here's what Trump, the US President, does not seem to realize is that a foreign county is almost certainly a motive for passing on negative information has over Trump's opponents.

Think back to what we know Russian interference in the 2016 elections. They wanted to intervene to help Trump and hurt Clinton because they thought Trump would be better for their interests, Trumps Blindness – intentionally or otherwise – that other countries pass on this information as part of an attempt to manipulate an American election to achieve the desired results is frightening – especially considering that another national election is due in 17 months

62. "It's not interference. You have information. I think I would take it. "

It's an interference, there's a reason why we only let Americans vote in elections, because Americans should be the only ones who have the single word about America's future leaders my, come on, this is part of the 7th grade citizenship class.

63. "Barron is doing a fantastic job. He is here. He likes football. He does a great job. "

I about my sons:" They are here. They like football. They're doing a great job. "Strange, right?

64." He … if you're me? " say, not me … because I did not know him then. That was a different deal. But here is the end result. I've finished it. "19659009] In this way, Trump answered Stephanopoulos' question as to whether North Korean leader Kim Jong Un asked the US to pay Otto Warmbier to return to the US So, yes, he did. [19659010] 65. "I think Kim Jong Un- and you heard a lot of bad things about him, but you've heard different things from me."

This seems to indicate that Trump does not believe Kim is one bad guy is – – and that many reports of Kim's atrocities are "false news"

66. "[Kim] could almost instantly have a wealthy giant."

My college jazz fusion Band was called "Instant Wealthy Giant."

67 "I say many nice things about many people who are very soft and nice."

True quote.

68. "Some may be nice, others Not. But I've done a great job. "

Honestly, the same.

69." The story is very simple, # 1, I would never fire Muller. I never proposed to fire Muller. "

Trump denies that he has instructed the then White House lawyer Donald McGahn to fire Muller Remarkably: McGahn testified under oath Trump has exactly that done.

70. "I do not care what [McGahn] says. It does not matter. That should show everyone what good advice he was. "

Oh, it's important, especially because McGahn was again under oath, which Trump is not in this interview.

71" Because he is what a good lawyer wanted to look like. "

OK, so, McGahn lied under oath to make you look like a good lawyer, the logic here is really stunning.

72." But Don McGahn thought, that he did a great favor. And maybe he even believes it. But that never happened. And I have people who will tell you that it did not happen. "

What people?

73." A president can rule the country. And that's what happened, George. I run the country and I manage it well. "

This was Trump's answer to a simple question:" So a president can not interfere with justice? "I mean …

74." I have answered many questions , You asked me questions. I answered them in writing. "

Trump refused to meet with Mueller in person, although the Special Counselor's team had repeatedly tried to achieve this.

75" They make societies that are so wrong. Everything – I mean, almost everything. They make so many wrong ones. "

" So many wrong ones. "- Donald Trump in the media

76." I would say that he must have known it because it was very high up in the chain. But you'll find that out. "

No big deal here – just the current president, who accuses his predecessor of being aware of a Justice Department conspiracy to keep Trump away from the White House!

77." None Agreement, no disability. "

Not what Mueller said, the report said:" (I) If, after a thorough investigation into the facts, we had the confidence that the president obviously did not obstruct the judiciary we explain it this way. Due to the facts and the applicable legal standards, we are unable to reach this verdict. … While this report does not conclude that the president has committed a crime, he does not relieve him.

78. "Someone who has done a great job for the country."

Donald Trump on his heritage, this seems like a good place to end (finally).


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