Kovaleski is in the striped shirt: Any objective report would include both evidence for and against a certain interpretation of the Trump video. Borchers does all of the misleading things we point out.
He says to Stephanopolous: Hear Trump respond to the claim below, which perfectly coincides with the series of events described above: Then he has the obligatory still photo of Kovaleski with his right hand flexed, giving the impression Trump is mocking him. And that tells you something.
WaPo even got so confident that there was no evidence, they went and published a fact check article all but saying Trump was lying. I know it might be not politically correct for you to talk about it, but there were people cheering…as those buildings came down.
Do you remember the media reporting this? The media found the reporter who tried to backtrack. Nor was Borchers honest enough to show video of Trump imitating a flustered Cruz with the same type of arm and hand gestures.
If anything, it appears to fix his arm by his body in a bent position. For those liberals still in denial that the media would lie to them, here is the full interview of Kovaleski.
There were people over in New Jersey that were watching it, a heavy Arab population, that were cheering as the buildings came down.
Thus the true story is as follows: This is what the reporter looks like in realty. This was done for a reason. In addition, Trump used the same flailing arm movements in a South Carolina rally to impersonate a flustered Ted Cruz being asked about waterboarding.At the Democratic National Convention speakers are repeating the claim, amplified ad nauseam by the left and establishment GOP opponents over the past year, that Donald Trump mocked the disability of New York Times reporter, Serge Kovaleski.
This accusation has served as a very convenient tool to both smear Trump's character and. Donald Trump's lawyer on Wednesday demanded an apology from Snoop Dogg for a video that features the rapper aiming a toy gun at the president. "They should apologize." He didn't apologize.
Nov 27, · Donald Trump Says His Mocking of New York Times Reporter Was Misread. Serge F. Kovaleski, issued the statement over Twitter one day after news media reports that he had imitated the reporter. Watch video · At a rally in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Nov. 24,Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks about New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.
Donald Trump slammed for mocking disabled New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski Trump denies ever having met the disabled reporter he is accused of cruelly mimicking and says the 'poor guy.
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