Media Pushes Unverified Gossip To Hide Trump’s Amazing Economic And Foreign Policy Achievements | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Media Pushes Unverified Gossip To Hide Trump’s Amazing Economic And Foreign Policy Achievements

Just hours before the release of the official BLS report on Friday morning, The Atlantic ran a story based on “anonymous sources” alleging that President Trump disparaged fallen U.S. soldiers during a 2018 trip to France. The claim was absurd. Officials and staffers who were with the president on that journey and actually willing to identify themselves emphatically challenged the story. Even well-known Trump antagonist John Bolton debunked The Atlantic’s ridiculous account—and ridiculous is a kind way to describe it.

Realizing that casting doubt on the president’s patriotism was a losing battle, on Sunday the corporate press moved on to another smear campaign —just in time to hijack the Labor Day news coverage. In a lengthy essay, The New York Times blasted President Trump for allegedly being inconsistent in his approach toward China while building up Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden as some sort of born-again anti-China hawk.

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