Trump was a screaming nightmare during 2016 campaign

Frederick Owens
December 4, 2017

AFTER much speculation Trump's former campaign aides have revealed the President's massive McDonald's order. "His wrath is never intended as any personal offense, but sometimes it can be hard not to take it that way". "The mode that he switches into when things aren't going his way can feel like an all-out assault; it'd break most hardened men and women into little pieces", the authors write.

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Sunday that voters had a month before Election Day to react to the tape, and elected Trump anyway. According to Lewandowski, Trump would shout out for Hicks to grab the steamer, which he apparently called "the machine" and she would then get to work while his clothes were still on him.

Lewandowski is particularly effusive in his gushing praise for his former boss, the Post said, calling the unhinged helicopter outburst, "one of the greatest takedowns in the history of the world". They added, "On Trump Force One there were four major food groups: McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke". Hope Hicks, who was brought on as campaign spokeswoman, was regularly asked to steam the president's trousers while he was wearing them. Trump reportedly had Hope Hicks, his then-press secretary and current communications chief, steam his suits while he wore them, insisting that she bring a steamer wherever they traveled.

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Along with her aptitude for steaming, Hicks is also "smart and private, with a almost photographic memory", according to Lewandowski.

According to a published Saturday, Trump is open to the suggestion that the sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore are false and politically motivated. But there also voices storming him with criticism, regarding him to be anything from a liar to a clown, who has dirtied his hands and is now seeking popularity. "When you're running for president, I think you have an obligation to be healthy".

The now-president's fixation on television is also evident in Bossie and Lewandowski's book, which describes Trump as screaming, "I'll go on TV anytime I goddam f*cking want and you won't say another f*cking word about me!" following chairman Paul Manafort's suggestion that he stop appearing on the Sunday shows.

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