This guide to Trump’s most common catchphrases aims to help people better understand the true meaning of his words when he speaks.
“Everyone is talking about it.” = Nobody is talking about it except him.
“That’s what people are saying.” = Nobody said it. He made it up.
“Nobody knows more about this than I do.” = He literally knows nothing about it.
“That’s what I heard.” = He didn’t hear anything. He made it up and it’s not true.
“We’re going to find out what’s going on. That I can tell you.” = Nothing is going on.
“A total witch hunt.” = He’s guilty and feels nervous about it.
“The media is a disgrace.” = The media fact-checked him.
“I have a very, very large brain.” = He’s feeling insecure because he doesn’t know anything.
“…should have been done a long time ago.” = President Obama or Democrats tried and Republicans blocked it, or it’s something that shouldn’t be done.
“Sir…” = He made up the story.
“No quid pro quo.” = Quid pro quo.
“The election is rigged.” = People voted.