"It's a movie, Donald. It was a movie," he said. "It's not like this in real life. But how would you know?"
Hilarious, but not surprising that Donald Trump thinks real life is like the movies. His own life, however, is a bit more Goodfellas than it is Air Force one.
Puts the work before himself Sees all work as being about himself
Uses his resources for public service Uses people for personal service
Isn't a racist, misogynist prick Um, yeah
Has walked away from plane crashes Is a walking disaster for America
Donald Trump is used to living in the sort of fictitious world reserved for the hyper-rich or for celluloid characters. He thinks Michael Bay is a military strategist, not a movie maker. He makes fun of veterans, though he's made a point of never serving himself.
Trump is two-dimensional, cartoon villain - the kind Harrison Ford characters tend to beat on screen.
Wonder how many other pop-culture figures see the would-be president as less substantial than the characters they play?