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Trump Summons Reporters into Oval Office and Shows Them This Map….

Almost six months after winning the 2016 presidential election, President Donald Trump broke out the electoral map once more on Thursday.

Pictures of President Trump holding the electoral map started to circulate on Twitter early Friday morning:

Jeff Mason of Reuters and Phillip Rucker of the Washington Post went on CNN’s “New Day” on Friday morning to discuss the situation:

“He sort of interrupted himself and handed out this map of the Electoral College and said that these were the latest figures of the areas of the country that he had won in 2016,” said Reuters White House Correspondent Jeff Mason.

“I think he just wanted to relish in the fact that this map looks good for him,” explained Mason. “And he said ‘You know, the red is obviously us.’”

“He really enjoys looking at that map himself and sharing it with others,” added Mason.

While Trump may enjoy looking at maps, Phillip Rucker added tht a map showing the impact of withdrawing from NAFTA played a large role in the president’s decision to put off the move.

“Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, presented a map to President Trump to show that so many of the red states, if you will the ‘Trump Country’ and the places that he won, would have an adverse impact if he were to terminate NAFTA,” said Rucker.

That wasn’t the only thing President Trump did with maps on Thursday. Rucker went on to explain that President Trump implored him to keep a copy of the electoral map and take it back to the Washington Post offices with him to run on the front page.

“Is it on the front page today, Phillip?” asked host Alisyn Camerota. “No, it is not,” said Rucker.