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Trump denies chaos reigns in White House

President Donald Trump at a news conference in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. AP Photo/Evan Vucci

President Donald Trump at a news conference in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. AP Photo/Evan Vucci

WASHINGTON [DPA]

US President Donald Trump has denied reports that his administration is in disarray, saying the contrary is true.

Trump said stories of ‘chaos’ reigning in the White House as he builds his cabinet and stands up his administration are incorrect.

‘This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine,’ he said, saying he’s achieved that despite the difficulty some of his cabinet choices have had getting confirmed by the Senate.

Trump made the comments at a news conference at the White House on Thursday which he began with a lengthy statement listing the changes he has implemented in the four weeks since he was inaugurated.

He again attacked the news media as dishonest and said they were doing a disservice to the country. He admitted some of the actions he has taken have been unpopular, but said they were necessary for security.

Trump also complained that he ‘inherited a mess’ both at home and abroad.


One response to “Trump denies chaos reigns in White House”

  1. Roger Graf says:

    Let’s get real about security issues and take a hard look at the domestic issue prevailing in all countries being Domestic Violence as the number one issue that needs more security/education/funding & counselling for ‘all’ [school/workplace/clubs/pubs/religious institutions and political parties] to cease the violence and hatred that is plaguing our world.
    Clearly in the USA & Oz, security of terrorist is demonstrably less likely than domestic violence. Elected government officials have to do more than blame major expenditure on ‘protecting our borders’ as being the highest priority, as it certainly ranks second to domestic violence.
    In regards to; “Trump also complained that he ‘inherited a mess’ both at home and abroad.” is a common complaint worldwide and why?
    Overpopulation, Climate, less Water/Food, Infrastructure better quality medical research and the biggest killer of them all ‘the world 1% of the rich’ and ‘Tax Avoidance’, which not too far off in the future will create ‘Anarchy’.
    This is when we ‘all’ go tribal and segment as either ‘winner’s or loser’s’… we will see!

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