President Trump is an unabashed narcissist who is likely driven by an internal black hole of deep-seated insecurity and an insatiable need for constant validation. Instead, workers are forced to find stories that will boost the President's ego and present him with that documentation.
The feeling has been mutual.
As was clear from Donald Trump's new Facebook vlog chronicling the events of the week, the administration prefers to accentuate the positive when it comes to covering the happenings in Washington, D.C.
Just 38 percent of US adults approved of Trump's performance in office, his lowest ratings since becoming president. And among Republicans-Trump's own party-his approval sunk 12 percentage points between July and August, to 71 percent from 83 percent.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday said 33 percent approved of his performance in office with 61 percent disapproving, That surpassed his previous unwanted benchmarks of 34 percent positive and 57 percent negative ratings in a June Quinnipiac poll.
A majority of Americans believe that Trump has "lowered the stature of the office of the president", and a mere 30 percent of Americans have personal admiration for him. She did not provide more details.
Similarly, despite his negative talk about polling, the president had a habit of boasting about poll numbers while he was campaigning for the Republican primaries. They will probably have practical effects right now. "His was a reality-based presidency".
First, legislative - more specifically, health care.
"As much as people complain about Trump going on vacation, at least he keeps his shirt on", Fallon joked.
The White House officials claim that the report was biased and they receive a collection of television news package but furthermore stressed that it was not limited to all positive feedback. While he's at it, he must also figure out what he needs to do to reclaim the loyalty of his base - either winning them back, or forgoing that support and moving to the center.