Trump And A Reporter's Disability.

MOCKING or NOT MOCKING, That Is The Question.

Who are Trump's advisers? Trump argues with a disabled reporter, and the media say he (Trump) mocks the reporter's illness.

That is outrageous, as what the same media reports are about an exchange of words between Trump and a reporter, regarding a scene in Jersey City on September 11, 2001, when the twin towers fell.

There was physically a crowd across the river, but it wasn't as big as Trump described it; however, the crowd reacted to the incident as if it was "cheering" the fall of the towers.

Nobody knew what was happening that somber morning, when the U.S. mainland was attacked by Al-Qaeda, as the atmosphere was filled with confusion, and people wondered if the whole thing was realistic.

Osama bin Laden had masterminded the attack or attacks on that day, fourteen years ago, because in Washington D.C. too, the Pentagon was hit by a plane, as well as a field in Pennsylvania, where one of the high-jacked planes landed in flames.

However, back to the story of Trump and the disabled reporter, it was a pure altercation that went on between the two, and not a mocking by Trump of the reporter's disability.

Trump naturally tells the TRUTH all the time, but people (and the mainstream media) hardly listen. They (the media) can turn every story upside down against Trump, for his rise in the polls, covering the 2016 presidential election, to upset his (Trump's) political campaign. So, his advisers must be aware of that and warn him to be extremely careful in what he does and says, both privately and on the campaign trail.

EMMANUEL BANDOH.


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Ericdierker 10 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

I guess poor handicapped people are not entitled to argue with people as it my be viewed as being mean to the person. Wow I would hate that. All the reporters can see is the handicap while apparently Trump can see the human. I tend to disagree, when advisors start to dictate to Trump what to say he will lose his appeal.

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