As Death Toll Mounts, Trump Brags That His TV Ratings Are As Big As ‘The Bachelor’

President Donald Trump continued to show an unnervingly tone-deaf viewpoint on the installing coronavirus hazard in the U.S. by extoling his TV ratings in not one– however 5– tweets Sunday.

The former star of reality program “The Apprentice” boasted that the “ratings” of his press conference are as high as the ending of “The Bachelor” and “Monday Night Football.” That drives the “Lamestream Media … CRAZY,” he composed. like a business for an upcoming TV show, Trump added: “See you at 5:00 P.M.!”– referring to Sunday’s press rundown.

Since the “Ratings” of my News Conferences and so on are so high, “Bachelor finale, Monday Night Football type numbers” according to the @nytimes, the Lamestream Media is going bananas. “Trump is reaching too many people, we must stop him.” stated one lunatic. See you at 5: 00 P.M.!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)March 29, 2020

” President Trump is a ratings struck. Given that restoring the day-to-day White House rundown Mr. Trump and his coronavirus updates have actually drawn in a typical audience of 8.5 million on cable television news, approximately the viewership of the season ending of ‘The Bachelor.’ Numbers are continuing to rise …

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)March 29, 2020

… On Monday, almost 12.2 million people saw Mr. Trump’s rundown on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, according to Nielsen– ‘Monday Night Football’ numbers. Millions more are enjoying on ABC, CBS, NBC and online streaming websites, and the audience is broadening. On Monday, Fox News …

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)March 29, 2020

Trump appeared to miss out on the bottom line of The New york city Times post he priced quote about the viewership ratings. The story Wednesday checked out the increasing dispute amongst networks about whether to cover the president’s rundowns live due to the fact that they’re peppered with falsehoods and misleading information  about COVID-19

Trump’s followers on Twitter were shocked that the president would extol his TV ratings as COVID-19 cases in the country skyrocketed to more than 140,000 and the death toll neared 2,400 Sunday night. Trump’s leading health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergic Reaction and Contagious Illness, alerted Sunday that the death toll might strike 200,000

George Conway, partner of White House therapist Kellyanne Conway, quipped that the president must think about providing some ratings credit to the coronavirus pandemic– as afraid Americans tune in to see what, if anything, is being done to secure them. Princeton History Teacher Kevin Kruse snidely kept in mind that 110 million Americans tuned in to view Richard Nixon’s resignation speech.

I believe somebody in journalism space today need to ask Trump if he believes he’s going to have the ability to preserve his TV ratings and whether he offers any credit to the infection

— George Conway (@gtconway3d)March 29, 2020

ok however how are Trump’s TV ratings down there https://t.co/Mo0hMVCUMT

— George Conway (@gtconway3d)March 29, 2020

“This is not about your ratings, Mr. President!” former Obama administration advisor Valerie Jarrett tweeted “This is not a reality tv show. For countless Americans, this is our reality.”

People are passing away and everybody is frightened. Numerous heroes are selflessly working to participate in to our health and safety, and make vital products and services offered. This is not about your ratings, Mr. President! https://t.co/eCHNYk2Ptv

— Valerie Jarrett (@ValerieJarrett)March 29, 2020

Even Brit Hume of Fox News, who typically has the president’s back, was captured off guard.

Why trouble to tweet about this, of all things? https://t.co/ORce5bNNMy

— Brit Hume (@brithume)March 29, 2020

Dr. Fauci informed me today that the coronavirus might eliminate anywhere from 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, and contaminate millionsmore Americans.

The president is tweeting about TV ratings for interview. https://t.co/bxGaBsOww9

— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper)March 29, 2020

“All we have to fear…is low ratings” pic.twitter.com/CXBXVJiU5a

— TrivWorks (@TrivWorks)March 29, 2020

America First is the Trump campaign motto pic.twitter.com/KwGTOnWoDm

— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko)March 29, 2020

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