“IF you were STRAIGHT and told it like it is, I’d be your biggest fan,” Trump tells CNN reporter, Accosta.
Tell the truth. That’s all he’s asking. That’s all any of us want is the honest to goodness truth, from the media.
There really isn’t anything that’s going to be horribly bad, or horribly good, it’ll all be real. Real honest truth from the media would solve a lot of problems. Fake news creates strange bed fellows, and ultimately doesn’t benefit anyone.
Trump could be tough on Russia, but it would benefit nobody.
Nuclear holocaust would not be a good thing for anyone. We have to work on real live discussions, by working through the issues and facing problems. We have to work on solutions.
Trump reminds the people, I don’t have to TELL you what I’m going to do, and I’m not going to, because telling you what I’m going to do gives the opponent a heads up. I’m not going to do that.
And that’s the significant difference, between a business man, setting up a business deal, a negotiation, and working toward a successful outcome. Solution based outcomes benefit the people.
One reader commented on the news broadcast:
With Trump, there’s no middle ground, it would seem. After yesterday’s press conference there were those who insulted and discredited him and those with nothing but praise for destroying reporters. I wanted Cruz hands down. I saw Trump lie and act like a buffoon during his campaign and didn’t trust him. I voted for him to keep Hillary from office, but now that he’s president, I’m all for him and what he’s doing! There’s obviously a movement against him however he handles them like a pro. Like him or not, he’s tackling serious problems the USA has had for several administrations rather than table them in the interest of political correctness. Slam him all you like. We’ll be far better off in the end for having him as president.