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UN News Agency Sends Out, Then Deletes Anti-Trump Tweet

Saturday, October 1, 2016 4:14
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The UN, as a foremost outpost of the global elites, is hell-bent on making sure that Donald Trump loses the election. He is threatening their hegemony. The UN news agency doesn’t regret this tweet; it only regrets that it got caught.

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“UN Agency Sends Out, Then Deletes Anti-Trump Tweet,” by Jack Davis, Western Journalism, September 30, 2016 (thanks to Linda):

The United Nations’ news agency was trying desperately on Thursday to explain why it published a tweet urging Americans abroad to defeat Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

At 9:14 p.m. ET, the UN News Centre tweeted a link to Avaaz, which has a page set up urging Americans who live abroad to defeat Trump.

“We can defeat Trump … if 8 million Americans abroad vote,” the site proclaims.

The web page is titled, “The October surprise that will end Trump.”

“At a time when Trump is trying to divide us, we could help defeat him if we all share this page with EVERYONE. Let’s reach every US voter abroad,” the site reads.

Politico reported that after about 20 minutes, the tweet was removed.

Ari Gaitanis, chief of the U.N. News Services Section, who oversees the Twitter account, said he did not know how the tweet was published….

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