Trump re-tweets, then deletes, picture of CNN reporter getting run over

Cheryl Sanders
August 15, 2017

It came in response to a news report about Trump considering a pardon for ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of criminal contempt last month for ignoring a judge's order related to detaining immigrants.

Trump deleted his retweet of the accusation of fascism on Tuesday morning, but Holden's Twitter bio reads, "Officially Endorsed by the President of the United States".

By Sunday, the White House was forced to update the statement, using a quote from an unnamed White House spokesperson. 'Of course that includes white supremacists, KKK, Neo-Nazi and all extremist groups'.

The tweet was issued shortly after Trump said that it was "good to be home".

Trump finally calls out racism in Charlottesville.

On Monday, the president got into a testy exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta, who questioned why it took Trump almost three days to condemn the violence of his racists supporters in Charlottesville. Mr. Acosta responded as Mr. Trump left the room.

'Can you explain why you did not condemn those hate groups by name over the weekend?' the reporter asked. They have been condemned'.

Not to put too fine a point on this, but Americans can either believe the words someone put on a teleprompter for the president to say, or we can believe Trump's true feelings are reflected in everything else he said and did after reading that speech.

'We had a press conference.

On Monday, Trump railed against the "fake news media" which he argued is full of "truly bad people" who will never be satisfied by his remarks in Charlottesville. 'But you know, I like real news, not fake news.

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