Trump Can’t Handle Criticism

Video Title: Trump Can’t Handle Life Outside His Bubble

Video Description from youtube: Donald Trump has lived his entire life inside of a millionaire’s (billionaire’s?) bubble, never having to endure anything that he didn’t like. But now that he’s outside of that bubble and in the real world, suddenly the world seems scary and mean. He cries about “fake news” and negative polls, but that’s just reality, Donald, and you’d better get used to it. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.

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