Hey, that’s what I heard. And I’m not the only one:
In his first address to the nation, newly-minted President Trump struck an unusually gloomy tone that mirrored many of his stump speeches and — in a break with previous presidents — did little to try and unify the country after the divisive race, according to experts.
Mike Purdy, a presidential historian and writer, said the speech seemed tailor-made for the group of Americans who elected him to the White House.
“Trump clearly did not make a number of overtures that he could have toward unity. His focus was on the forgotten men and women of America,” he said.
“He was speaking primarily to his base. The rest of America, he doesn’t say much to.”
Still not convinced?
A comic book villain is now the most powerful man in the world.
Thanks, pump truppets.