Donald Trump constantly forgets what country he’s in. With an unyielding and disturbing love of authoritarian figures such as North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and Russian president Vladimir Putin, Trump continuously tries to run America like his man crushes. Unfortunately, Trump doesn’t seem to be learning his lesson despite all the negative feedback he receives from his wannabe-dictator actions and is instead pushing harder than ever to change the way democracy works.
In a Fox News interview that aired yesterday, the president made some very disturbing comments about his critics — remarks that have raised eyebrows about how Trump expects never to be corrected or checked whenever he does something. In the interview, Trump warned critics that they’d “better take it easy” and tried to fear monger by saying anyone who stands against him is “dangerous for the country.” He also condemned the “language” and “radical ideas” of Americans on “the other side.” Trump said:
I hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy. Because some of the language used, some of the words used, even some of the radical ideas, I really think they’re very bad for the country. I think they’re actually very dangerous for the country.”
Holy sh*t. Clearly, Trump is still feeling inspired by the meeting he had with dictator Kim last month, as he previously said he that he wished Americans would obey him like Kim’s people behave in North Korea. You can watch Trump’s deeply concerning comments in the interview footage below:
Trump warns his critics to “take it easy.” 👀
“I hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy. They better just take it easy b/c some of the language used, some of the words used, even some of the radical ideas I really think they are very bad for the country” pic.twitter.com/1v5PzZQO6z
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) July 1, 2018
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