Donald Trump proudly talked about the accomplishments of his administration during a recent rally. On Tuesday, the POTUS was in Ohio where he bragged about his achievements in his first six months in office. The incumbent leader even claimed that no one can surpass what he has done for the American people since he was seated at the White House in January.

Trump discusses his achievements in the past six months to Ohio supporters

"It is much easier to act presidential than what we are doing here tonight, believe me. With the exception of the late, great Abraham Lincoln, I can be more presidential than any president that's ever held this office," he said as cited by CNN.

"I think that with few exceptions, no president has done anywhere near what we've done in the first six months. Not even close."

His statements were met with cheers and applause from his supporters inside the venue. Donald Trump even assured that the American people will soon be liberated from Barack Obama's health care law he signed on March 23, 2010. "We are now one step closer to liberating our citizens from this Obamacare nightmare and delivering great health care for the American people," he said in his address to the crowd.

The U.S. president also used this opportunity to slam his number enemy, the mainstream media, and accused them of spreading "fake" news about him and his administration.

POTUS speaks politics to boy scouts

His Ohio campaign rally was held a day after Donald Trump spoke at the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia. The annual event was attended by boy scout members aged 12 to 18 years old. But without considering who he was addressing in his speech on that day, Donald Trump continued with his tirade against the press and his critics.

The POTUS even targeted his own people who were present at the gathering.

He specifically mentioned tom price and even threatened to fire the health secretary over the case of the health care bill. “Hopefully he’s going to get the votes tomorrow to start our path toward killing this horrible thing known as Obamacare. He better get ’em," Donald Trump said as he looked at Tom Price.

The U.S. leader went on to lecture the health secretary and told him to convince Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-West Virginia) to proceed with Obamacare repeal. "You better get Senator Capito to vote for it. You gotta get the other senators to vote for it. It’s time," he continued.

Donald Trump then referred to the Scout oath and talked about loyalty. Although it was unclear who he was referring to when he said that "we could use some more loyalty," it is worth noting that the U.S. president asked for the same thing from then-FBI director James Comey before he fired him.