President Trump instructed global industry leaders Friday that he had higher good fortune with the media as a businessman than he has as a political candidate.
During a dialogue at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, with forum founder Klaus Schwab, Mr. Trump stated some of the causes for his good fortune in personal undertaking used to be his skill to be “treated really well by the press.”
“It wasn’t until I became a politician that I realized how nasty, how mean, how vicious and how fake the press can be,” Mr Trump stated. Pointing into the target audience, he added: “… as the cameras start going off in the background.”
Some in the target audience booed.
Mr. Trump added, “But general, the base line, any person stated, ‘Well they couldn’t were that dangerous as a result of right here we're, we’re president.’ “
The president stated it’s vital for him to be a booster for the U.S. economic system.
“I believe I’ve been a cheerleader for our nation,” Mr. Trump stated. “Everybody representing a company or a country has to be a cheerleader, or no matter what you do, it’s just not going to work. The reason I’m a cheerleader is because it’s easy, because I love our country. I think we’re just doing really well. We look forward to seeing you in America.”