Veteran journalist Kweku Baako has said he least expected Donald Trump to be elected as the president of the US.
According to him, Trump suffers sincerity deficit because of his alleged double stands on issues.
Trump shocked the world when he was elected as the 45th president of the US after a smashing electoral college victory against establishment candidate Hillary Clinton.
Mrs Clinton, however, won the popular votes.
However, discussing Trumps victory on Joy FM's Newsfile Saturday, Kweku Baako said Trump's victory was "self inflicted" by a media cabal.
He also condemned the street protested against Trump's victory.
He said: “I was also shocked when it turned out that Mr Trump had won the elections. It was the least thing I expected. I think he suffers sincerity deficit because of the things he had said…."
"I find it shocking…what I don’t like is the protest underway… even though sentimentally I appreciate where the protestors are coming from. I think that in terms of the American system, they ought to live with that decision for the next four years…
"The media cabal against him was self-inflicted…and I am sure if it had not been the electoral college, he will not be in the white house…but here we are; saddled with the American presidency for the next four years…"