On the morning of the remembrance in Portsmouth, England, Britons woke to Piers Morgan’s interview with Trump.
“I know so much about nuclear weapons.”
“I’m running on maybe the greatest economy we ever had.”
“I knocked out ISIS.”
“I had an inauguration which I have to say was spectacular.”
“We had a big election-night win.”
“I have all the cards.”
“I have a good relationship with many of the leaders.”
“We have tremendous support,” Trump proclaimed.
World leaders have assembled on the English Channel this week, on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, for two days of ceremonies recalling the unrivaled bravery and sacrifice of Donald Trump. President Trump, staying at the U.S. ambassador’s residence in London, was up early Wednesday morning and already thinking deep and profound thoughts on the theme of the day: himself.