Saturday, September 5, 2020

Trump Fires Back Against Report He Disparaged Fallen Soldiers: 'Disgraceful Attempt To Influence the 2020 Election'; Trump-Hater John Bolton Debunks Hit Piece

Trump Fires Back Against Report He Disparaged Fallen Soldiers: 'Disgraceful Attempt To Influence the 2020 Election':
President Donald Trump said a report claiming he referred to fallen soldiers and the late Sen. John McCain as “losers” was nothing more than “a disgraceful attempt to influence the 2020 Election.”
“I was never a big fan of John McCain, disagreed with him on many things including ridiculous endless wars and the lack of success he had in dealing with the VA and our great Vets, but the lowering of our Nations American Flags, and the first class funeral he was given by our Country, had to be approved by me, as President, & I did so without hesitation or complaint,” Trump tweeted Thursday.
“Quite the contrary, I felt it was well deserved. I even sent Air Force One to bring his body, in casket, from Arizona to Washington. It was my honor to do so.”
He added that he never called McCain a “loser” and would “swear on whatever, or whoever, I was asked to swear on” that he never called “our great fallen soldiers anything other than HEROES. --->READ MORE HERE
Trump-Hater John Bolton Debunks Anonymous Atlantic Hit Piece On Trump’s Veterans Record
Fired former National Security Advisor John Bolton, who released an anti-Trump book earlier this year that sought to offer one last breath into the Democrats’ February impeachment hopes, debunked The Atlantic hit piece published Thursday. The magazine’s story relied entirely on anonymous sources to charge the president with making disparaging remarks on WWI veterans.
Thursday night, Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg offered new allegations on why the president didn’t visit the graves of fallen WWI soldiers on a 2018 trip to France, which the White House has continued to claim was due to inclement weather.
“When President Donald Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, he blamed the rain for the last-minute decision, saying ‘the helicopter couldn’t fly’ and that the Secret Service wouldn’t drive him there. Neither claim was true,” Jeffrey Goldberg wrote without a single source on record. “Trump rejected the idea of the visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain, and because he did not believe it important to honor American war dead.” --->READ MORE HERE

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