Does he even own a mirror?
Courtesy of HuffPo:
Trump, in an interview with three AP reporters, was asked about the backlash over his horseface put-down.
“Sir, as the president of the United States, is it appropriate to call a woman, and even one who is making serious allegations and who you are in litigation against, to call her a horseface?” one of the AP reporters asked.
“You know what? You can take it any way you want,” Trump answered. When the reporter asked how people should take it, Trump said:
“Did you see the letter? She put out a letter. I had nothing to do with her. So she can lie and she can do whatever she wants to do. She can hire a phony lawyer. You take a look at this guy, a stone-cold loser. Take a look at his past.”
(This letter he refers to by the way was the one that Daniels was coerced into writing so that Michael Cohen would not make her life “hell in many different ways.”)
The “loser” swipe was directed at Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who frequently trades insults with Trump on Twitter. Avenatti slammed Trump after the “horseface” tweet, calling him a “disgusting misogynist” and “an embarrassment to the United States.”
“Federal Judge throws out Stormy Danials lawsuit versus Trump. Trump is entitled to full legal fees.” @FoxNews Great, now I can go after Horseface and her 3rd rate lawyer in the Great State of Texas. She will confirm the letter she signed! She knows nothing about me, a total con!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2018
Keep in mind that this is the president of the United States attacking the appearance of the woman that he slept with, compared to his daughter, and then paid to keep her mouth shut about his tiny penis.
If all of this was not enough to make you want to flee to Canada we also have Trump explaining his particular brand of genius about science.
Courtesy of CBS News:
Despite the president’s protestations, there is little dispute among climate scientists around the world, who warn that climate change could be nearing a point where trends cannot be reversed. Earlier this month, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a major report warning that the planet would face catastrophe in the near future if the phenomenon is not addressed.
When the AP brought up the consensus of scientists, however, the president responded by saying that other scientists agreed with him.
“No, no. Some say that and some say differently,” Mr. Trump said. “I mean, you have scientists on both sides of it. My uncle was a great professor at MIT for many years, Dr. John Trump. And I didn’t talk to him about this particular subject, but I have a natural instinct for science, and I will say that you have scientists on both sides of the picture.”
“I have a natural instinct for science” is one of the least scientific phrases I have ever heard.
Science is based on cold hard facts, not intuition or “instinct.”
Trump is just the latest in a line of science-denying Republicans who are stubbornly resisting the acknowledgment of facts that could save this planet from disaster.
Perhaps if he were a little more educated he would not refer to women as “horseface.”