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Watch Trump Get CUT OFF by Fox News as He Starts Talking About the BIG LIE
The 20th Anniversary of 9/11 was an unmitigated disaster for Donald Trump. Even Trump voters know that 9/11 means unity, even MAGAs want to feel a little of that unity again, perhaps for just a few hours. But Trump bluntly stayed away, and his absence was conspicuous, as all the Democrats stood in Trump’s hometown paying homage to the victims, while George W. Bush went to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, which was also very appropriate.
It is likely that someone in Trump’s camp sent him scurrying out during the day to go visit a fire department. Certainly, visiting a fire department is appropriate, but not if that’s all you’re going to do, never mind make it a campaign stop. Trump made it a campaign stop. He even mentioned how he’s not supposed to be campaigning or talking about it, especially on 9/11:
“I mean I know what I’m going to do, but we are not supposed to be talking about it yet, from the standpoint of campaign finance laws which frankly are ridiculous.”
Trump went on to another question but Fox News Arther Neville cut in: “Okay, we’re going to break away now, the is former president Donald Trump visiting the police station, the 17th precinct station in midtown Manhattan.”
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“He didn’t miss any opportunities to air grievances, including claiming that the election was rigged, which it was not. It has been proven in court multiple times. It has been proven that the election was not rigged by elected election officials, but it started out on a good note. President Trump, the former president saying that he grew up with the firefighters because he’s from New York and he thanked them for their service.”
Always Fox News, “But it started out on a good note…” NO, it did not. Perhaps it could have started out on a good note had he gone down to Ground Zero. He did not. He made a campaign stop. We are glad Fox cut away, but come on:
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