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The New York Times Attempts To Equate Bill Clinton’s Abuse Of Women With Trump, And Fails Badly

In an attempt to beat their Washington Post rivals in their announced investigation of “everything Trump”, which is the leftist rag’s attempt to dig up as much anti-Trump dirt as possible, as quickly as possible, and to demonstrate to the world that Donald Trump’s dealings with women were as violent and unwanted as Hillary Clinton’s husband’s dealings with women were, the New York Times printed a hit piece over the past weekend that they hoped and intended would embarrass Trump and put him on the defensive, but they failed miserably.

Monday morning one of their main female sources was quoted in the article in a way that that they hoped would bury Trump. But to the dismay of the New York Times, she went on television to denounce the tone of the Times’ article and the conclusions reached in the article. In fact she stated in the TV interview that Trump was charming in his dealings with her and that she liked him.

Bill Clinton still looks like a rapist and a female abuser, and Trump is still standing and smiling and advancing toward dominating the delegate count in the upcoming Republican National Convention.

Haven’t the fool liberals learned yet that The Donald is golden and untouchable? I have no doubt that they will continue to try to block his run for the White House with their lies, and I have no doubt that they will continue to fail, because Americans, Republican and Democrat alike, want a return to actual representative democracy and constitutional rule, and want an end to Obama’s dictatorial edicts and unconstitutional and illegal executive orders that undermine America’s established separation of powers and our sacred rule of law. Obama, and Hillary to follow in his footsteps, want to “fundamentally transform America”, but they are in the minority and will be defeated in the next election.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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