President Donald Trump has cried a lot; he's whined about his press coverage, crowd sizes, and. lately, his own presidency. Vice President Joe Biden's tired of the tears.
In response to Trump's tweets about Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer being a "head clown" and how he "thought [the presidency] was going to be a smooth transition - NOT," Joe Biden tells the President of the United States to hush.
As PBS NewsHour's Judy Woodruff interviews the Democrat, he has some important words for Donald Trump. According to a CNN report, his message is unfaltering.
"Grow up, Donald. Grow up. Time to be an adult. You're president. You've got to do something. Show us what you have," he asserts. Donald Trump's known for his unpredictability, but the United States needs a leader unwavering in his stance. Is the President really capable of being a steady presence, or will he default into Twitter, with the caps lock on, of course?
SEE YOU IN COURT, THE SECURITY OF OUR NATION IS AT STAKE!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 9, 2017
Joe Biden's definitely worried. However, he's not in a panic just yet. He believes time is on America's side, and people will just have to wait for the Trump administration's move.
"It's going to be much clearer what he's for and against, and what we're for and against, now that it's going to get down to actually discussing in detail these issues that affect people's lives," the Vice President explains.
He talked with Woodruff in early January 2017, before Donald Trump even moved into the White House. With spring drawing closer, what has the 45th President accomplished thus far? According to several outlets, the mogul is stumbling.
PoliticusUSA writes about Trump's first month in office. The news site criticizes the billionaire for not even providing the meat and potatoes of his campaign promises. He's just provided reality TV junk food.
"The White House released a statement puffing up what they view as Trump's first-month accomplishments. The list can be summarized as meeting with CEOs and signing dozens of Executive Orders. What missing from Trump's first month is any lasting legislative accomplishment," the outlet states.
In 2008, President Barack Obama proposed his stimulus package, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Even though his bill was criticized for only saving 640 thousand jobs versus at least 900 thousand jobs, it was progress.
Hopefully, Trump can eventually follow in his predecessor's footsteps.