Trump doesn’t want to be president, Trump wants to be popular


The 31 million viewers of President Donald Trump’s inauguration topped the audience that viewed Obama’s 2013 introduction. Sunday morning, Trump conveyed a tweet: “Wow, television ratings just out: 31 million people watched the Inauguration, 11 million more than the very good ratings from 4 years ago.” He was alluding to the second time Barack Obama won his presidency. It missed the mark concerning the group of onlookers that tuned in for Obama’s first inauguration, as indicated by Nielsen. It additionally trailed Ronald Reagan’s record group of onlookers.

The tweet is a continuation of Trump’s advancement of his own fame that he was known for on the campaign, when he was certain to note his crowd sizes. The president’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, utilized his first appearance in the White House instructions room Saturday to chasten news associations, blaming them for false detailing about the size of his audience.

Without giving particular numbers, Spicer said it “was the biggest group of onlookers to ever witness an introduction, period, both face to face and around the globe.” Fox News finished all communicate and link systems with 8.4 million watchers for its scope from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s an indication that a Trump administration may look good for the channel, which is controlled by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox Inc. CNN arrived at the midpoint of 2.5 million watchers, and MSNBC had 1.35 million watchers amid a similar eight-hour time frame.

NBC was the second-most-watched channel and bested all the communicate systems, averaging 5.8 million watchers. ABC had 4.9 million watchers and CBS had 4.6 million. Obama’s first initiation in 2009 drew a national gathering of people of 37.8 million, the second-biggest since 1969, as indicated by Nielsen information retreating to Richard Nixon’s first swearing-in. Reagan’s first initiation in 1981 holds the group of onlookers record at 41.8 million watchers.