President Trump Doesn't Like Anyone, These 5 Facts Are Indications

President Trump Doesn't Like Anyone, These 5 Facts Are Indications

US President Donald Trump wears a mask while visiting the Walter Reed National Military Health Center in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, July 11, 2020. REUTERS / Tasos Katopodis

US President Donald Trump wears a mask while visiting the Walter Reed National Military Health Center in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, July 11, 2020. REUTERS / Tasos Katopodis

, Jakarta - President Trump feels that nobody likes him and everything is wrong with the government's efforts to overcome various problems including the corona pandemic in America.

"Nobody likes me," said President Trump, who questioned about health experts in his administration receiving praise while he was accused of ignoring and denying the current public health crisis as CNN reported, August 1, 2020.

The health expert referred to by President Trump is Anthony Fauci, an American infectious disease expert.

President Trump is currently wracked with a variety of issues ranging from a corona pandemic , a shaking economy, racism, to a deeper political feud.

His name was increasingly unpopular in his country and the Republicans who supported him were split in addressing his government.

These 5 facts indicate President Donald Trump thinks that nobody likes him.

1. Republicans openly reject Trump's suggestion via Twitter that the November 2020 American presidential election be postponed. They laughed at Trump's suggestion because according to the constitution it was the authority of Congress.

2. Three of the four American presidents, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, gathered to honor American human rights champion John Lewis, who died last July in Atlanta. President Trump was not present at the event.

3. Almost all the discussion of stimulus package funds on Capitol Hill without the participation of President Trump.

4. US intelligence officials dismissed Trump's presumption about the possibility of foreign countries producing fake ballots as a means to interfere in the American presidential election next November.

5. President Trump continues to be at odds with health experts in his administration in overcoming the corona pandemic and questioning their approach. President Trump instead invited experts who actually underestimated the work of health experts in the meeting. But a press conference video of a group of doctors who doubted the work of health experts in the Trump administration was removed from social media because it provided misinformation.

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