Some reports say he has been yelling at television sets at the White House when he views coverage of the many investigations that are presently taking place.
It is said that he watches hours and hours of TV coverage every day sometimes even recording the morning news shows on his TiVo to watch later. He then complains nonstop.
Aides claim he views the coverage as a conspiracy to discredit and potentially end his presidency.
Stories have emerged that sometimes during a conversation with an associates or an allies will, without provocation, exclaim...
“I’m not under investigation!”
Much like he has done publicly on Twitter, Trump has told friends and associates that the investigation is a “witch hunt” and that others are out to get him.
One adviser who has spoken with Trump and his top aides said...
“It’s basically all he talks about on the phone,”
Politico has reported that friends relatives and aides have reportedly been trying change the subject to "buck up" Trump by telling him to be patient, agreeing that it is a “witch hunt” and urging him to just let it play out — and reassuring him, “Eventually, you will be cleared,” in the words of one.
Much of the day is apparently spent trying to keep Donald off of Twitter and focus on his job while highlighting only the positive reviews he receives.
Reports say much of his anger at this time is channeled at both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and investigative special counsel Robert Mueller, both of whom the president believes are biased against him. Trump is rumored to be close to firing one if not both of them.