A former reality TV personality admitted Thursday that he thought this whole President of the United States thing was going to be less, you know, hard. In an exclusive interview with Reuters ahead of his first 100 days mark, Trump expressed love for his "previous life" and mourned the loss of his ability to operate an automobile.
"I loved my previous life," Trump, who handed out copies of what he claimed were the latest 2016 electoral map figures to Reuters reporters during the interview, said. "I had so many things going. This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier." Prior to his stint as POTUS, Trump was known for selling steaks at the Sharper Image and publicly commenting on his daughter's breasts.
Trump, who likened having 24-hour Secret Service protection to living in a cocoon, also told Reuters that he missed being able to operate automobiles. "I like to drive," Trump said. "I can't drive anymore." Trump, however, did not mention a recent photo that appears to show him living out his vehicular fantasies in front of other people:
But don't worry, Trump. Your approval ratings are currently shit. An ABC News / Washington Post poll, released last week, found that Trump has an approval rating of 42 percent as he nears his 100th day in office. For the record, that's the lowest comparable approval rating of any president polled since 1945.
These grueling 100 days have also yielded some interesting Twitter stats. In data shared with Complex Friday, Twitter revealed that "great," "America," and "big" were among Trump's top tweeted words. In fact, the full rundown of Trump's "top tweeted words" reads like the tracklist to a country album no one wants to hear:
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