'Donald who now?' Trump trolled after saying he misses being President and grumbling about 'stolen' election

'And everything was happening great and then we had a disgusting, frankly a very dishonest election. And uh, it was stolen,' said Trump


                            'Donald who now?' Trump trolled after saying he misses being President and grumbling about 'stolen' election
Former President Donald Trump was speaking with Newsmax, during what was his first interview since leaving the White House (Getty Images)

Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday, February 17, said he missed being the commander-in-chief. He was speaking with Newsmax, during what was his first interview since leaving the White House.

"Do you miss being president? You've got to miss it," asked Newsmax host Greg Kelly to Trump who currently occupies his time post-presidency playing golf every day at his Palm Beach, Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago. Trump openly admitted that he does miss being the President. "Well, I do and we were all set to make a deal with Iran," Trump claimed. "We've all said it would have been a great deal. Now it's I see the deal they're talking about. It's a disaster."

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It was reportedly unclear which deal Trump might be talking about as Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that he hasn't seen the deal and is demanding one, according to Reuters.

"We're all set to, uh, we're pulling out of the Middle East, almost entirely, which we've almost done anyway," Trump said, speaking in a tone that would suggest that he was still the president. "We're bringing in a lot of soldiers home. A lot of our great soldiers were coming home. We spend a fortune protecting other countries and the other countries don't even respect it. They don't pay for it. We pay for it. Countries that have plenty of money. We pay for it, so you know, well coming home. and everything was happening great and then we had a disgusting, frankly a very dishonest election. And uh, it was stolen."

The ex-POTUS' words were met with contempt on Twitter. "TRUMP, WE DO NOT MISS YOU!! Maybe you should have been a nicer guy, a nicer president. We don’t respond good to threats and someone always yelling at us. Dividing us not treating us all equal. You were THE worst president ever. Leave us alone. Go away!! Stop lying!!" one of them said while another quipped, "You are not missed." A third noted, "I've never NOT missed someone so much in my entire life!"

One more commented, saying, "I didn't miss my kidney stone when it was removed and I miss him even less." Another wrote, "Was Putin watching?" The next remarked, "Donald who now?" A commenter tweeted, "He misses the title and the perks. He never did the work." One more said, "I only want to hear his name if he is being charged, indicted, arrested, sentenced, or buried. That’s it." Another wrote, "He never was truly a president. He held a title. Kind of like him being called a human being. Technically he is a homo sapien, but not quite human."



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

Former President Donald Trump stands on the Truman Balcony after returning to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 5, 2020, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

We previously reported that Trump phoned into Fox News, following the death of Rush Limbaugh, to mourn the passing of the conservative radio talk host. Speaking to the channel, Trump remembered Limbaugh as "irreplaceable, unique" and added that "he had an audience that was massive" and that his show was “like a religious experience for a lot of people”. Trump told Fox News that “his questions were fascinating. He had an insight that few people have, even really good ones,” calling him "very street smart". Speaking about the friendship between them, he added, "I always seem to like people who like me," while paying tribute to Limbaugh, who "was right there from the beginning".

Trump also used the platform to reiterate his claims that he had won the election. "Rush said we won and so do I by the way," he said before stating he had won "substantially". "We were like a third world country on election night," said Trump, adding that, “Rush felt we won, and he was quite angry about it. Quite angry”.

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