- As a businessman, President Donald Trump was never afraid to offer a piece of his mind in private, in press conferences, and on Twitter.
- Since running for and being elected president of the United States, Trump’s reputation for sharing his thoughts hasn’t changed at all.
- Trump’s quotes are funny, historic, controversial – and all of them are memorable.
- To commemorate Trump’s second anniversary since he took office on January 20, here are 30 of his most famous quotes since being elected president.
Jenny Cheng and Pat Ralph contributed to an earlier version of this post.
Trump brought the country together in trying to decode what he meant in a late night tweet with the word “covfefe”.
After meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump once again reiterated his belief that his campaign did not coordinate with Russia during the 2016 election.
In a press conference at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, Trump doubled down on his support for the US intelligence community.
In an interview with former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, Trump articulated his view on the media coverage of his presidency.
In a press conference before his inauguration, Trump said he believes Russia was behind the hack into the Democratic National Committee.
Before Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un were sitting down for their historic diplomatic summit, the two were trading insults and strong rhetoric.
Even after defeating Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, Trump did not stop in taking shots at the Democratic presidential nominee.
Trump made a controversial statement in August 2017 when he said counter-protesters shared blame for the violence that erupted at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Source: Business Insider
Trump has been critical of NFL players kneeling for the national anthem and team owners for not being more strict about making players stand.
Trump had a positive analysis when asked to evaluate his first 100 days in office.
Source: The Washington Examiner
Trump said in an interview that the number of Democratic voters in California and New York would prevent former President Abraham Lincoln from being elected today.
While he has been criticised for his treatment and language toward women, Trump has felt otherwise.
Source: Marie Claire
When Trump decided to remove the US from the Paris Climate Accords, he believed that it was in the best interest of America.
Source: The Washington Post
According to former FBI director James Comey, Trump pushed him for one thing above all.
Source: New York Post
Trump started his public feud with the NFL in a speech at a rally in Alabama last September.
Source: The Guardian
Back in January 2018, Trump doubled-down on his harsh rhetoric toward Kim Jong Un, warning the North Korean leader not to attack the United States.
In a closed-door meeting on immigration with lawmakers, Trump had this to say about accepting immigrants from certain nations.
Source: Business Insider
In an interview with Reuters, Trump lamented about the difficulty of the presidency compared to his life as a businessman.
Trump gave an evaluation of Kim Jong Un’s personality after meeting with him in Singapore.
Source: The Cut
Having hosted a television show of his own, Trump has always valued the importance of ratings as a sign of one’s popularity.
As the country worried about the shutdown, Trump didn’t precisely make it any clear if he was going to declare a national emergency or not.
Trump seems to think he’s the most popular person over at the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Source: Business Insider.
Following his sh–hole countries comment, Trump told this to reporters in Florida.
When reviewing his presidency so far on “Fox and Friends.”
Source: Washington Post.
An eternal campaigner, Trump dropped this line to hundreds of his supporters at a Minnesota rally in June 2018.
Another line dropped at a rally, this time in North Dakota.
After Michael Cohen pleaded guilty on eight counts, Trump left this glaring review of his services on Twitter.
As the 2018 midterms approached, Trump gave his followers a reason to vote Democrat.
Trump misspelled “smoking” not once, but twice.
On the day of Michael Cohen’s sentencing, Trump didn’t hold back.
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