The White House won’t give the president any awful news since they’re afraid about how he’d respond.
President Donald Trump’s TV watching propensities have as of now wind up plainly unbelievable. Presently another report demonstrates that the president likewise has a propensity for being impacted by whatever current news is put before him — a trademark that has genuine ramifications for how he runs the nation.
Agent national security counsel K. T. McFarland ended up in high temp water when she got Trump persuaded that the media had fraudulently flip-slumped from notice around a looming ice age to advancing the thought of an Earth-wide temperature boost — despite the fact that her contention depended on a fashioned Time Magazine cover, as indicated by a report by Politico. Albeit White House staff could mediate before Trump openly examined the scam as though it was genuine, the way that it was so natural to deceive him underscored a more profound issue with the president’s brain.
In February the president was accounted for to have begun getting some information about vice president of staff Katie Walsh in the wake of perusing an article from GotNews.com that blamed her for being “the source behind a pack of holes” (Walsh now functions as a counsel to a master Trump gathering). On another event, he could squelch Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s endeavor to name his very own agent picking (Elliott Abrams) on the grounds that somebody demonstrated the president material in which Abrams had been condemning of Trump.
The Politico story stressed that “there is widespread understanding” that “the most ideal approach to concentrate the president’s consideration on any story is to enlighten him regarding it actually, regardless of the possibility that it is in one of the papers he’s as of now looked over.” Despite the hazard that doing as such may make the president figuratively shoot the ambassador bringing unwelcome news, it can likewise permit the individual introducing that story to profoundly affect the nation. A standout amongst the most outstanding cases was the point at which an obscure source indicated Trump a New York Times opinion piece composed by financial specialists Steve Forbes, Larry Kudlow, Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore. Trump therefore proposed an assessment arrange like what they had upheld.