Trump spoke for 15 minutes at the CIA Memorial Wall at CIA HQ in Virginia for agents killed in the line of duty yesterday. Instead of focusing on why he was there -- the dead CIA agents -- he bragged about how many times he's been on Time magazine's cover, and attempted to convince everyone that his inauguration was attended by more people than Obama's inauguration. This was a blatant lie, but instead of staying on task and memorializing dead agents, he used his time to try to convince you that his dick is bigger than Obama's dick.
His speech confirmed what we all know: The only thing that matters to Trump is size, because that's how people with inferiority complexes and daddy-issues measure success. We're dealing with child-like adult who whines, and throws a tantrum, then gets his big brother (in this case, press secretary/spin doctor Sean Spicer) to fight his battle for him when everyone said, "There was twice as many people at Barry's party than yours, Donald."
This is what the new US President decided to focus on, which begs the question, "Why is Trump in a dick-swinging contest at a memorial for deceased CIA agents?
Later in the day, he got Spicer to fight his battle. Spicer yelled at the press in the briefing room later in the day, accusing them of printing "inaccurate numbers involving crowd size" because "this was the largest audience to ever witness the inauguration period both in person and around the globe." Another lie.
Trump's people don't call them lies though, they call them "alternative facts." That's the phrase Trump's advisor, KellyAnne Conway coined this morning on "Meet The Press" when she defended Spicer's desperate attempt to convince us that Trump's crowd was bigger, because to Trump, success is measured by size.
But the women of the world (not just the US, all over the world) came out in droves with their teeth showing and arms flexed -- with no reported incidents of violence or vandalism. The numbers also show that there were an estimated 470,000 women (and some men) at the National Mall -- three times more than the estimated 160,000 at Trump's inauguration. The Women's March reassured anyone who cares about equality and truth that the country will be OK for the next four years.