Like the worst poker player in the world, President Trump has a “tell” when he finds out a bombshell is going to land soon in one of his countless scandals: he attempts to pick fights with people. If he’s attempting to draw attention away from an average sized bombshell, he starts attacking Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama. When he’s dealing with a big bombshell, he initiates arguments with public figures outside of the political world – and he just did.
Jimmy Fallon, host of the Tonight Show, has revealed his regrets over helping to humanize Trump in the election through his silly softball interview with him, rather than challenging his horrible policies and behavior. Trump is now tweeting this: “Jimmy Fallon is now whimpering to all that he did the famous “hair show” with me (where he seriously messed up my hair), & that he would have now done it differently because it is said to have “humanized” me-he is taking heat. He called & said “monster ratings.” Be a man Jimmy!”
It’s important to note that public figures speak negatively about Trump daily; he only retaliates if a distraction is needed. Sure enough, in these cases, in mere hours or days, a big bombshell breaks about the President’s scandals. So what is he attempting to distract everyone from now?
If Special Counsel Robert Mueller is on the verge of making a big move in the probe into Trump-Russia, like an indictment or arrest, Trump usually doesn’t have a way to know what’s coming. But if media sources are about to report a bombshell involving his scandals, they typically ask if he wants to comment on the story right before publishing it. Trump only used to care about distracting from his bombshells involving the Russia scandal. However, by now he might be attempting to draw attention from a bombshell involving his migrant child cage controversy, too.