Let's take Donald Trump's first tweet above:
Any negative polls are fake news,
No matter how many, all?
What a bizarre conjecture. Given any poll range from positive to negative, N (a negative poll) automatically becomes a mathematical possibility. The only false possibility is, well, an impossibility.
Which makes said tweet a one-of-a-kind conclusion for a POTUS!
Given the seriousness of the office and the importance of the claim, I offer the following points:
1- Trump feels infallible,*
2- Any disagreement with POTUS makes you a FAKE (an emotivist consequence of #1),
3- The rejection of any negative poll –as long as it comes from the "liberal media" = FAKE NEWS (a consequence of #1 & #2),
4- Trumpian for "I don't buy it" (indeed, because #1-#3),
Any positive polls are NOT FAKE,
become as baffling as the tweet in question.
What's the logic here? I surmise a possible justification with Trump's second tweet above:
I call my own shots largely based on an accumulation of data,
That is to say, Trump's "accumulation of data" unfailingly support his declaration in the first tweet.
But isn't such "accumulation of data" Trump's own assessment –which as we know discounts "any negative polls" as FAKE?
This form of unreasoning will be referred to from here on as Trumplogic.
*The infallibilist may not see himself as infallible. Trump understands that he can make mistakes, though he actually believes he doesn't make any. And all evidence to the contrary is only seen by the infallibilist as plain wrong, FAKE, etc.