Trump: 'I make all the decisions' - nobody else works in the White House (VIDEO)
As the House of Representatives takes a major step towards impeachment, President Donald trump was asked on the White House lawn about the stability of the people in his administration.
He first started to speak in the first person when talking about himself:
"It's a lot of fun to work with Donald Trump. And it's very easy, actually, to work with me. You know why it's easy? Because I make all the decisions -- they don't have to work."
This implies that nobody else is doing any actual work in the White House simply because they aren't "the decider." That's not very nice.
Trump also played dumb when a reporter informed him that a guy he once called "My African-American" at one of his rallies has chosen to no longer support him because he thinks the Republican Party is pursuing a racist agenda.
"President Trump is a rich guy who is mired in white privilege to the extreme," Cheadle told PBS. "Republicans are too sheepish to call him out on anything and they are afraid of losing their positions and losing any power themselves."
Trump pretended like he didn't even remember the guy and tried instead to say that he had the support of a lot of African-Americans.
Exit polls in the last election showed him receiving only 8% of their votes, while Hillary Clinton received the rest. That number has likely dropped since then.
How does Trump forget his "African-American guy." He kept saying it over and over again at his rallies. Maybe Trump thought that would help his numbers by just using the word, instead of focusing on policy?