Can you imagine what it would be like to be in President Trump's shoes right now? How about the last four years?
There's one thing I appreciate about Trump being our President, he doesn't listen but follows his lead. That could be a bad thing but it been beneficial in some ways with how he handles himself. He speaks from his mind. He's not a robot who takes everyone's word and mimics what they have said.
That's a very good quality to have as a President in my opinion. People need a President that can communicate and associate with the people.
According to The Daily Mail:
'He has a short attention span and rarely, if ever, reads intelligence reports,' according to the report, based on interviews with 10 current and former intelligence officials.
The paper examined the intelligence briefing process in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak that has led to the death of more than 90,000 Americans. The focus comes amid efforts to understand what Trump was told about the virus that could have inspired an earlier response or prepared the nation earlier.
The pushback from the intelligence community comes after Trump described his first briefing on the virus, on January 23, as inadequate and downplaying the threat posed by the virus. Trump said he was told 'it was not a big deal.'
'On Jan. 23, I was told that there could be a virus coming in but it was of no real import. In other words, it wasn't."
"Oh, we've got to do something, we've got to do something." It was a brief conversation and it was only on Jan. 23. Shortly thereafter, I closed the country to China. We had 23 people in the room and I was the only one in the room who wanted to close it down,' Trump said to Fox News.