This is the supposedly 'Great Builder' and 'Real Estate Tycoon', a rich TV idol worshipped by base American Idiots who were lured in by endless lies, blinded by bullshit and can't realize that he is actually just a cheap crook, and charlatan at best. And still he believes, narcissistically, that he is adored by all and won't accept truth that has becomes obvious to most - that he's not a nice guy at all. Now the bills are coming due, to the tune of three or four hundred million and maybe a lot more that hasn't yet come to light. What a loser.
In the end he's one of that deluded sort who wrongly believes that it's sour grapes when people call him an asshole instead of even considering that he might actually be one. That's one of the reasons why pricks like him are called assholes. He's the kind of self-absorbed dickhead who declares bankruptcy rather than pay his legitimate bills and debts claiming that it's the art of the deal, when it's really an outright back door steal. More than that, the recent much contested election and its multiple recounts prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that he's a loser too: a big one named Donald John Trump. The majority of the electorate has had enough of his trumpery and want this American carnage stopped now as it will after Jan. 20.
Events of late show his state of mind. Of course that has been and will continue to be disputed, like these much more important events happening in America now, by equally unhinged followers and such doubts will probably linger now too after the rump's attempted coup de tat or whatever that capital insurrection was supposed to be by his far, far right-wing bullshit cult. What a fucking loser!
Freidrich Nietzsche went crazy too in his final years. Another was hitler, but even old adolf, in his lunacy knew when the gig was up and what he should do about it.
On a lighter note, people really should still watch local TV news even in these unbalanced days. Even if what's going on is hard to hear, it's really not fake news and occasionally amusing things do happen. Here in locked down Toronto, on New Year's Eve an uninformed crowd of some hundreds gathered in Nathan Phillips Square and waited like sheep for entertainment that had been cancelled long before. But I'm sure they figured it out after a bit. People usually do eventually.