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CNN’s Chris Cuomo sums up Trump’s behavior with two words: Ignorance and arrogance

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CNN’s Chris Cuomo ended his Tuesday show by outlining President Donald Trump’s behavior.

“The president’s not an economist. He’s never been prized for his investment savvy when it comes to the markets. His immense borrowing would have ruined him if not for his father’s money,” Cuomo said.

He then called out the Trump for denying climate change.

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“This president ignores science in favor of his own version of reality,” Cuomo said.

He added, “All of these are examples of a very dangerous combination in this president, and he inhabits this combination in a way that I’ve never seen in a leader of any kind, let alone a president,” Cuomo said.

“It’s ignorance and arrogance. He often doesn’t know or doesn’t want to know the facts, and then he will lie when he does not [know]. That’s ignorance and arrogance,” he said.

Watch the video below via CNN.

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