“Less talk about Serena… more appreciating of Trump,” US commentator demands



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“Less talk about Serena… more appreciating of Trump,” US commentator demands

US pro-Trump commentator and author Nick Adams requested the world to cut the noise around tennis players, especially around Serena Williams, and focus more on cherishing the “greatness” of former American president Donald Trump.

“Donald Trump has a more powerful serve than Andy Roddick, a better backhand than Roger Federer, and more swagger than Andre Agassi in his prime. The tennis world needs to spend less time talking about Serena Williams and more time appreciating the greatness of Donald Trump!”

Andy Roddick reacted to Nick Adams’ tweet saying that “it’s not a parody”. Roddick also mocked Adams in a reply. “You forgot that he’s also fitter than Rafa,” said Roddick.

Roddick doesn’t like Donald Trump

After Donald Trump halted the interview he gave to 60 Minutes in October 2020, Andy Roddick, followed by 1.4 million people on Twitter, couldn’t hold himself down and shared a few fragments showing the current American president avoiding Lesley Stahl's “tough questions” before setting his way out from the show’s improvised studio.

During what ended up to be a 45-minute-long interview, Donald Trump was asked about his COVID-19 approach, his health-care plan, rally chants, and more, but the President considered many of Lesley Stahl’s questions as being inappropriate.

When the conversation started to fire up, Stahl tried to cool it down. “You know, I didn't want to have this kind of angry …" Stahl said before getting interrupted. "Of course you did," said Trump. "You brought up a lot of subjects that were inappropriately brought up." Seconds after, Trump cut off the interview: "I think we have enough of an interview here, that’s enough.

Let’s go!” You can see the scene in this video retweeted by Andy Roddick.

After Donald Trump left the scene, his press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, handed Lesley a heavy folder that was described as being president’s health care plan.

Although Donald Trump and CBS had scheduled a second discussion after what should have been a 60-minute-long interview, Stahl ended up talking only with Vice-President Mike Pence, who motivated the president’s abrupt walk away.

"President Trump is a man who speaks his mind, it’s one of the great strengths that he’s had as president of the United States, that the American people know where they stand," Pence said in explanation. "It’s less about the back-and-forth with the media, and it’s more about how we bring the country all the way back."