Thus, the public is largely uninterested in hearing his latest round of excuses.
What crisis? Trump's fabricated crisis?
— Your Vote – Your Voice (@Aquabison_LN) January 7, 2019
Mr. President, I think I speak for all patriotic Americans everywhere, sir, when I say that we eagerly stand proud and ready to hear the prime time ravings of an Adderall-soaked lunatic
— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) January 7, 2019
Sorry, I’d rather get a root canal with no anesthesia or pins pushed in my eyes.
— Peggy (@Pkone79) January 7, 2019
U are insane. It’s not the Immigrants at the border who is a treat. It’s u. And now u suddenly have a National crisis. The National crisis in US started in Novembre 2017. If The Americans can’t see that – I feel sorry for them.
— Mette Riis Nørfalk (@MenarcN) January 7, 2019
"A shutdown falls on the president's lack of leadership. He can't even control his party and get people in a room. A shut down means the president is weak."
~ DONALD J. TRUMP
— Uwe Gemeinhardt (@UweGemeinhardt) January 7, 2019
Remember when the president implied shutdowns were the president’s fault?
My sense is that people are far angrier at the President than they are at Congress re the shutdown—an interesting turn!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 7, 2013
And that he would be proud to own this one?
On Tuesday, following multiple rounds of negotiations between Trump and Congressional leaders, the country will learn if that is indeed the case. Grab the popcorn and a stress ball.
This story has been updated.