It’s been a busy week in the world of President Donald Trump.
From his son distracting London’s mayor during a terror attack to a startling hypocrisy on healthcare, here are five seriously questionable moves...
On the day of a horrific attack on Westminster, the President’s son, Donald Trump Jr, sent this tweet:
But amid the crisis, London Mayor Sadiq Khan was having none of Trump Jr’s BS.
Trump threatened to leave Obamacare in place if Republicans didn’t pass a repeal bill - which was a key pledge in his campaign.
A dramatic closed-door meeting made clear Trump would simply move on to other things if it didn’t pass on Friday.
BUT, WAIT A SEC, ISN’T OBAMACARE, LIKE, ‘DISASTROUS’?
This Trump voter was left gobsmacked… when the government came to deport her Mexican husband.
Turns out Helen Beristain’s husband Roberto had been in immigration limbo for 17 years.
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But then Trump’s government decided to act last month.
Somebody’s started a petition on her behalf.
A friend said: “She didn’t think it was going to be like this. It’s too much.”
Trump had a truck-based photo op, and the internet loved it.
Trump organised a must-read interview with Time to talk about falsehoods - and repeated so many of them AGAIN.
“Brexit, I was totally right about that. You were over there I think, when I predicted that, right, the day before”.
Trump actually said: “I don’t think anybody should listen to me… I haven’t really focussed on it very much”.
He suggested Brits should vote for Brexit.
“Sweden. I make the statement, everyone goes crazy. The next day they have a massive riot, and death, and problems.”
Nobody died in the Sweden riot that occurred two days after Trump’s gaffe.
“Now remember this. When I said wiretapping, it was in quotes.”
No quote marks in these, Donald.