Donald Trump is apparently going to ignore the facts on the issue of the government shutdown.
The president has refused to acknowledge that the government is running out of money and is about to shut down for an extended period of time, according to a new report from the conservative American Action Forum.
Trump has also repeatedly stated that he is not worried about the economic consequences of the shutdown, as the National Review reports.
That’s because the president is, in fact, worried about them.
But if he were worried about that, he wouldn’t have ordered the government shut down on Friday.
Trump’s decision to ignore reality on this issue is actually a bit of a bummer.
It means the president won’t have to deal with the fallout from the shutdown.
This could, in turn, lead to less economic fallout.
But Trump’s failure to take this into account also highlights how deeply divided the American people are on this matter.
There are millions of Americans who want to see the government reopen and who want the shutdown to end as soon as possible.
But the president’s refusal to recognize that the federal government is going to be unable to pay its bills and the possibility of the shuttering for months is not going to help matters.
Trump is in effect ignoring the overwhelming majority of Americans, who want government to function smoothly and smoothly, even if that means a longer shutdown.