The administration of President Donald Trump doesn’t like accurately describing the sizes of crowds. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump’s inauguration ceremony drew the biggest crowd in history when there is literally photographic evidence from the day to the contrary, and he refused to accept otherwise.

Now, the President himself is describing the Tax March (the tax equivalent of the now-famous Women’s March) as a series of “small organised rallies,” when it in fact consisted of thousands of protesters coming out in about 200 cities across the US to try and get Trump to make his personal tax returns public once and for all, because enough is enough, right?

Trump deflected protesters with the I-won-the-election defence

Trump again jumped to the defence that he “easily won the Electoral College” in a typical series of angry tweets. He likes reminding people of that. He basically wants to dissuade any kind of protest because he’s the one in charge, he’s the commander-in-chief, and everyone should bow down before him. George Orwell is rolling in his grave. He’s up in Heaven going, “I bloody knew it!”

President Trump wants somebody (not himself, obviously, because effort) to “look into who paid” for the Tax March, claiming that they are wasting the investment because “the election is over!” He likes his exclamation marks. His tweets aren’t always in all-caps, but you can sure count on the exclamation marks.

Apparently Trump is sick of being asked to release his tax returns, because he’s not going to do it, ever, no matter what. In another tweet, he said, “Now Tax Returns are brought up again?” Yes, tax returns are brought up again, because we never reached a conclusion on that. The jury’s still out on that one. It didn’t come to an end.

We’re still waiting. He won’t release them because, as he claimed in an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Watters’ World,” he believes that tax returns are “sacred,” which is a family value he’s carried for years. Convenient value for him to hold dear, isn’t it?

Winning election ‘almost an impossible thing to do for a Republican,’ claims Trump

In one of his tweets, Trump stated that winning a Presidential election “easily” is “almost an impossible thing to do” for a member of his right-wing conservative political party. It’s not, if you look at the Electoral College results of George W. Bush’s election wins, especially the post-9/11 2004 one, but anyway.