TRUMP Responds to NY Times Hit Piece that he Wanted to Fire Mueller But Didn’t: “Fake News Folks. Fake News” (VIDEO)
On Thursday night hours before US President Trump was to deliver his much anticipated economic speech at World Economic Forum in Davos — The far left New York Times dropped a hit piece claiming the president wanted to fire Robert Mueller but didn’t six months ago.
Someone within the Mueller investigation decided it would be an opportune time to leak more nuggets to the press.
Friday morning in Davos President Trump was asked about the report.
Here is his response:
Reporter: Did you seek to fire Mueller?
President Trump: Fake News, folks. Fake News. Typical New York Times fake story.
“FAKE NEWS, FOLKS”: President Trump refutes NYT story that he wanted to fire Mueller pic.twitter.com/5E0vL8v51p
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) January 26, 2018
Mike Cernovich was one of the first ones to call out the Times for their trash reporting.
50,000 "missing" texts are evidence admissible in a court of law.
The "story" about Trump – 4 unnamed sources (who had the same hearsay from one alleged source) – wouldn't be used in any court.
The story, as per usual, is leaked by deep state to distract from their corruption.
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) January 26, 2018