The left must be getting desperate. As we near Election Day, The Atlantic published a smear story against Donald Trump.
They claim that “anonymous” sources say Trump insulted the military while in Europe.
He refused to visit a cemetery and called those who died in battle losers.
Anyone that knows Trump’s great respect for our military would know right away this story is bogus.
But five witnesses have come forward, going on the record to say it never happened:
A report published by The Atlantic claimed on Thursday that President Donald Trump called American troops who died in battle “losers” and “suckers,” citing anonymous sources. The story is now being strongly disputed by at least five witnesses who were with the president that day and say that the story is nothing short of a fabrication.
The Atlantic cited nameless sources that claimed Trump refused to go to a cemetery to visit fallen soldiers’ graves.
They even accused him of calling men who died in battle “losers” and “suckers.”
While those “sources” refused to give their names, five people who were there on the day tell a different story.
Dan Scavino and Stephen Miller assert that the reason they did not visit the cemetery was because of bad weather.
Jordan Karem, Personal Aide to President Trump, has also denied the story. Karem was next to the president the whole day and flatly says it “never happened.”
Sarah Huckabee Sanders also went on record to contradict the story, also saying it never happened.
Hogan Gidley, Former Deputy White House Press Secretary, took to Twitter to call the story, “disgusting, grotesque, reprehensible lies.”
Funny how everyone going on the record and was actually there say The Atlantic story was false?
The only supposed witnesses to this event were cowardly to give their names. (If they even exist at all.)
For years, left-wing publications have reported negative stories about the president. They frequently quote “anonymous” sources who allegedly saw something—but they never give their names.
Should we believe nameless, faceless people who seek to slander the president? Or the actual people who were there and can prove it?
- The Atlantic published a story accusing Trump of insulting fallen soldiers.
- Trump and five witnesses there on the day say the story is false.
- Liberal media outlets frequent slander the president, citing “unnamed” sources.
Source: Daily Wire