While addressing attendees of the 2017 North America’s Building Trades Unions National Legislative Conference today, Donald Trump once again spoke about winning the 2016 presidential election.
That contest concluded in November of 2016. It is now April of 2017. He did it in February, too. In fact, he’s been doing this non-stop since he won. At events, Trump is as likely — or perhaps more likely — to talk about winning the election, something that is wrong with Hillary Clinton (who, again, he has not been running against since November 8), or how great things will be in the future than he is to talk about policy or current events.
Today, as he addressed a conference about legislation relating to unions and spoke about how no one believed he would win the election, people took notice.
@igorbobic Trump’s like an old high school football star constantly reliving the best days of his life.
— (((Idiocracy2017))) (@anni369_mhh) April 4, 2017
@jeneps Let it go already!… Does this rehashing of past crap fire up his base? Can you imagine Obama goading over his wins 3 months later?
— John Barthe (@JohnBarthe) April 4, 2017
@Susanforney Trump still whining that people said there is no way to 270. Amazing how he can’t get over the fact that he is Presdient.
— Richard W. (@IceManNYR) April 4, 2017
Children gassed in Syria and Trump is giving a speech talking YET AGAIN about how nobody believed he could get 270 electoral votes. WTF.
— Mark Joyella (@standupkid) April 4, 2017
Trump is literally giving the “no way to 270” right now as Assad is using chemical warfare on babies. Jesus wept.
— VeryVexingIndeed (@MyPoorNerves__) April 4, 2017
Why is trump on my tv talking about the path to 270 – again…??? for the love of god.
— Annie Smith (@Candid77) April 4, 2017
Are we going to hear about the Electoral college and 270 votes every damn time the POTUS speaks for the next 4 years?!?? #Trump
— Hiding in NC (@ilmgal) April 4, 2017
“Wasn’t that an exciting one?” he mused about the five-month-old election to a bunch of people who turned out to hear him talk about unions on April 4.
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