GOP Strategist Compares Trump to an Emotional Teenager: ‘We Have a High School Girl as President’

While appearing on MSNBC, Republican strategist Evan Siegfried broke out his best teenage girl impersonation to mock the president.

“‘Oh, my god, they’re ingrates, why don’t they appreciate me?’” Said Siegfried — imitating a high pitched voice of a high schooler so as to compare President Donald Trump’s tweets to those of an emotional teenager.

The conservative columnist made the comments during an AM Joy segment where he relentlessly slammed the president for his recent controversies:

“The president is isolated and has an overblown sense of grievance. He feels he needs to be getting credit for things he shouldn’t be getting credit for because he has very few accomplishments. He is becoming isolated and congressional Republicans largely ignore him… We have a high school girl as president of the United States essentially, who is trying to make it all about him and his ego… The optics are bad and deservedly so, but it’s now all about how people don’t appreciate the very great things that are going on there.”

Siegfried also made the point that, while Trump’s Twitter feed continues to light up with his everyday drama, thousands of Puerto Ricans are still without drinking water, cell service, and electricity.

Watch above via MSNBC.

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