Friday, 28 April 2017

Trump on administration: 'I thought it would be simpler'



President Trump considered Thursday life inside the White House, commenting that he believed being president would be less demanding contrasted with his past business encounter.

Trump pondered his initial 100 days in office – the principal open position the New York land big shot has held – taking after his steamed triumph over previous Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in November.

Be that as it may, the decision is still at the forefront of Trump's thoughts, with the president purportedly giving out printed versions of figures from the 2016 discretionary guide to columnists talking with him Thursday.

"Here, you can take that, that is the last guide of the numbers," Trump revealed to Reuters columnists talking with him in the Oval Office, offering maps of the U.S. indicating territories he won in red.

"It's quite great, correct? The red is clearly us," he said.

Trump commented to Reuters about the "little cover" that accompanies security encompassing a president, regretting "I get a kick out of the chance to drive ... I can't drive any longer."  

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