"When Mr. Trump is not watching television in his bathrobe or on his phone reaching out to old campaign hands and advisers, he will sometimes set off to explore the unfamiliar surroundings of his new home", the report said. "All over Europe, it's happening", the Commander-in-Chief told his soldiers.
The list released late Monday included incidents like a truck massacre in Nice, France, that killed dozens and received widespread attention, as well as less high-profile incidents in which nobody was killed.
Many others, including the Sydney siege and Germany's Christmas market attack, received wide worldwide coverage. Among the attacks on the White House's list is the terror attack on the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
The attacks on the list fall into two general categories:1.
UN Sees Record Spike in Civilian Children Killed in Afghanistan
Monday's UNAMA report recorded the highest number yet of civilian casualties caused by air strikes - 590, of whom 250 were killed. The deaths themselves were a 2 percent drop from 2015, but the injuries jumped by six percent.
This story will be updated as new information becomes available. It's prompted other major news organizations across the country to dig up tapes of their own to face check the President. The Los Angeles Times won a Pulitzer Prize for their work covering the breaking news as it happened. The later attack killed almost 200 people at multiple locations.
"We're gonna be loading it up with attractive new equipment", he added. That's 652 times as many deaths and 568 times as many injuries.
The list hops from Afghanistan to Algeria to Australia, but, without explanation, does not mention Israel, where incidents included a bus bombing in Jerusalem last year, carried out by a 19-year-old Palestinian, that injured 20 people. The list appeared to be hastily assembled, including several misspellings of the word "attacker".
Investigators collect evidence in Garland, Texas, after a May 4, 2015, attack.
"This can not be allowed to become the "new normal", and the President, for one, is not going to be satisfied until the American people are much safer and more secure". Terrorism is not a serious threat to Americans, and wall-to-wall coverage of terrorist attacks scares people into believing they are at greater risk from terrorism than they really are.
However, a different White House source denied the growing rumors that Trump is unsatisfied with Spicer and said that "nothing could be further from the truth".