Trump Just Bragged About Being Called ‘The Most Perfect Person’ During Mind-Numbing Fox News Town Hall

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Just hours after the network released a poll showing him trailing Democratic nominee Joe Biden in deep red states, President Donald Trump appeared in a Fox News town hall in Green Bay, Wisconsin moderated by one of his most trusted confidants—far right Fox host Sean Hannity.

The President is known for favoring hyperbole and his performance at the Fox News town hall was no different. He insisted that before the pandemic, the United States had the “best job numbers,” “best economy” and “best stock numbers” that we’ve ever had.

Trump insisted that the United States has the “greatest testing” for the virus and falsely claimed the U.S. mortality rate is “among the best in the world.” Unless by best he meant highest.

When talking about impeachment, the President repeatedly claimed that his conversation with the Ukrainian President was “perfect.”

He also applied that praise to himself.

Watch below.

The President was discussing the Mueller investigation and falsely claimed that the investigation uncovered nothing on him. Trump said that, according to his unnamed friend, this must make him the most innocent person alive.

He added:

“I think I am the probably… A friend of mine said, “You have to be the most perfect person.”

Trump currently has an average approval rating of 40.5 percent, so it’s easy to guess that people disagreed.

People noticed that even Hannity, one of Trump’s most devout sycophants, seemed to let some side eye slip.

They had some theories as to who this “friend” was.

If recent polls in swing states are to be believed, the President has fewer and fewer friends by the minute.

Written by Evan Brechtel

Evan Brechtel is a writer and actor living in New York. A Fordham University graduate, he also writes a monthly column for Chosen Magazine and is currently working on a historical fiction novel about New York queer bars over the twentieth century.