Well, at least he’s not trying to damage the country while golfing.
That’s something at least.
Courtesy of The Independent:
Donald Trump has been criticised after it was reported he spent nearly one out of every five days playing golf last year – despite famously telling voters he would be too busy working for such activity.
Even before he launched his bid for the White House, Mr Trump frequently criticised Barack Obama for playing the game, something the 44th president reserved for when he was on vacation.
“I mean he’s played more golf than most people on the PGA Tour, this guy,” Mr Trump said campaigning in New Hampshire.
“What is it, over 300 rounds? Hey, look, it’s good. Golf is fine. But always play with leaders of countries and people that can help us! Don’t play with your friends all the time.”
That summer, he said at another campaign stop: “If I win I may never see my property — I may never see these places again. But because I’m going to be working for you, I’m not going to have time to go golfing, believe me. Believe me. Believe me, folks.”
Now, CNN has tallied that Mr Trump likely spent one out of five days playing golf, a total it reached using a variety of methods as the White House routinely refuses to confirm if he has played a game.
Many of those games were at one of his own golf courses, in Florida, New Jersey, Virginia or Ireland. He also suggested hosting the G7 summit at one of his courses, but reversed the idea after criticism.
Somewhere there has to be a psychologist writing a book on Trump’s constant use of projection, which is the habit of accusing others of doing the things that you are doing.
Trump accused the Clintons of running a corrupt charity, but he is the one who had to pay 2 million to settle a lawsuit in New York concerning his “charities.”
He also accused Hillary of being Putin’s puppet, well that one speaks for itself.
And he has also accused President Obama of making “bad” deal with Iran, and now our US embassy is being attacked by Iranian protesters.
Literally every single accusation that he voices about others, turns out to be true of him.
And this is just the latest example.