No one has ever doubted that the job as President of the United States is difficult, least of all, those who have had the honor and the doubtless burden of being Leader of the Free World.
President Trump, who has endured a full three years of assault from every known direction and from every known entity employing Operation Save the Swamp, should have fallen out of the public’s favor long ago. There is not a single serious contention to be made to the contrary. Without a doubt, few other human beings on the face of the Earth could have endured such a constant 24/7 barrage from the biggest media outlets and the richest Progressive and Never-Trumper billionaires.
Yet, he has endured…and thrived.
Chris Cuomo of CNN caught a small interview with the president over the weekend and focused on a single answer that Trump had supplied.
“Nothing keeps me up at night.”
These words were enough for Chris “Fredo” Cuomo to conclude that President Trump just doesn’t care about the job or the American people!
The Bearded Patriot:
President Trump, Cuomo theorizes, doesn’t care enough about his job. How does Cuomo know this? Because Trump’s not physically aging in a way that is noticeable enough to indicate that the pressures of the presidency are wearing on him.
“It’s been almost three years since Trump won the presidency,” Cuomo said. “He looks exactly the same. His hair is — I don’t know what’s going on with that. But he may do things that presidents in the past haven’t done to augment their physical reality, but it could also be he doesn’t care the way others have.”
Still not buying it? Cuomo has more evidence. He played a clip of President Trump saying “nothing keeps me up at night.” Then, he played a clip of former President Barack Obama saying, “There are a lot of things that keep me up at night.” The implication here being that Obama’s sleepless nights mean he cared more.
That’s not all. Cuomo then displayed photos of each of the last three presidents: Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama, with one picture when they took office and another picture of them after two terms (eight years). Then, he showed a picture of President Trump before he took office, and a current picture (less than three years).
What better example of comparison than using three 8-year terms over multiple presidencies against that of 3 years of the Trump administration, right?
If we want to talk about stress, though, I can imagine that the levels of anxiety in the Obama White House were markedly more age-worthy, considering that the statistics of mass shooters during his eight years were unprecedented:
Take a peek at the lecture by Chris Cuomo and decide for yourselves if this is a talk based on genuine concern for the country or just another attempt at bashing a very popular president.