Donald Trump tries to be on the front page of newspapers every day: Reports
The report also states that Donald Trump keeps boasting to both supporters and allies constantly about his appearence on the front page of 'The Failing New York Times'
As much as Donald Trump hates fake news, his endless efforts to be on the front page of media tabloids have been called out by former aides, reports Newsweek. Trump Sr. was barely in the news or the front cover of any newspaper outside of New York City before he became the President Of The United States in 2016. Even though he did appear on covers of magazines like Newsweek and TIME occasionally before he took up the post as commander-in-chief of the country, it was more like a special occasion by the businessman who would frame that particular publication and put them up for display in his luxury apartments or country clubs the world over.
But according to a new report that was done by the New York Times, if he (Trump) does not make it to the front pages of his favorite newspapers, he says or does something newsworthy so that he will appear on the front page the following day. The report also presses on the fact that he keeps boasting to both supporters and allies constantly about how he appears on the front page of "The Failing New York Times" consistently as the President.
Newsweek earlier reported that just a few months into his presidency, Trump went to the lengths of making fake TIME magazine covers and getting them printed so that they are put on display in at least five of his exclusive golf clubs around the world from Florida to Virginia to Scotland. Trump also has several Newsweek magazines that have been framed and hung out at various properties including one that was seen on his desk when he was running for the presidency. All of those covers, however, were real.
The midterm elections are fast approaching and all the headlines about the Russian investigation and Brett Kavanaugh have calmed down. This means that the President is, once again, going about his public appearances, on-stage political rallies, an op-ed for USA Today, and interviews that are both scheduled and impromptu. With all the media coverage, however, Trump gets more and more false with his claims that this helps him land on the front page.
Aside from USA Today concluding that Trump's op-ed on health care and Medicare for All was a "series of false and misleading statements," The Washington Post also checked the facts in the column and found out that "almost every sentence contained a misleading statement or a falsehood."
When the President spoke at rallies and in interviews recently, it was found that he often lied. According to Trump, the Democrats want to turn the economy of the country into a socialist model like that of Venezuela and he has also said that they want to "open borders." Trump also said that the median income of the African-Americans has reached an "all-time high" in his presidency.
On top of all the inaccurate statements, songwriter and rapper Kanye West have added to this bizarre situation by appearing in the Oval Office on October 11 which gave the president a lot of press. West's praise of the president for making him "feel like Superman" and his comments slamming those who have criticized him for supporting Trump has appeared to have left Trump a little speechless and embarrassed the aides in the White House.