Two more faking twits of Donald Trump about faking news…Sad!

We recently learned that Donald Trump doesn’t like to read. He has asked to his adviser to present him only one page briefings in bullet points and no more than 9 bullet points. We know this because of the constant leaking of information from the White House.

But know, we also know that Donald Trump doesn’t understand what he reads or watches, or maybe we doesn’t start reading and watching from the beginning. We know it because of his own Twitter account.

On Friday, February 10th, New York Times published an article about the last phone call of Trump and President Xi Jinping of China. The first paragraph says “President Trump told President Xi Jinping of China on Thursday evening that the United States would honor the “One China” policy…”.

Trump didn’t waste time to respond with an outrageous comment in Twitter: “The failing @nytimes does major FAKE NEWS China story saying “Mr.Xi has not spoken to Mr. Trump since Nov.14.” We spoke at length yesterday!”

Obviously he didn’t read the first paragraph (nor even the headline) of the article, or he didn’t understand it. He made reference to the end of the third paragraph “…had not spoken to Mr. Trump since Nov. 14, the week after he was elected.”, ignoring the rest of the article and the context.

One day before, Trump had made the same mistake accusing CNN’s Chris Quomo in Twitter. “Chris Cuomo, in his interview with Sen. Blumenthal, never asked him about his long-term lie about his brave “service” in Vietnam. FAKE NEWS!”.

The first question of the interview to Sen. Blumenthal was about the comment Trump made of his failure and lie of servicing in Vietnam.

 

This deserves only one comment: SAD!

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