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Did Trump even say that bad word?

Friday, January 12, 2018 16:33
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Josh Dawsey at the Washington Post reports on Trump’s offensive, obscene, racist remarks in a meeting with some Senators:

. . . according to several people briefed on the meeting.

“Why are we having all these people from $#!+hole countries come here?” Trump said, according to these people, referring to countries mentioned by the lawmakers.

Cue: media freak out. But did Trump actually say that? According to Jim Treacher’s brief analysis at PJ Media:

Take a closer look at Dawsey’s construction there. He got this from “several people briefed on the meeting.” Oh, okay. So these people, whose names we do not know, were told that Trump said this bad word by somebody who was actually in the room at the time. We’re getting it third-hand.

So, who are these unnamed people? Any hints? MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin gives us one.

NBC News has confirmed Trump’s “$#!+hole countries” remark with a Democratic aide briefed on the meeting.

So it’s been confirmed by… a Democrat. Who wasn’t even in the room.

Hey, what more proof do you need?

As Treacher agrees, maybe Trump said it. Or maybe it’s Fake News, in compliance with the new standard: “If it rings true, it is true.”  
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