BREAKING: Donald Trump Says It’s Time For An Apology – Voters Shocked

Former President Donald Trump said Paul Krugman of New York Times should apologize for poor financial advice following the 2016 election.

Trump says the Times must have told Krugman what to say because “nobody could be so dumb.”

“Remember when Paul Krugman, the highly overrated op-ed columnist for the New York Times, told everybody to get out of the stock market fast and completely after I was elected president?,” Trump asked. “Anybody that took this loser’s advice would have approximately one-third of the money they have right now – or even less assuming bad investments.”

“The former president also slammed the newspaper for its Russia collusion narrative and the Pulitzer Prize Board for awarding its coverage,” according to JustTheNews.com

“The New York Times probably told Krugman what to say because nobody could be so dumb, and nobody has attacked their credibility like me.”

Trump continued, dropping the Fake News bomb, as per usual.

“They are truly Fake News,” Trump added. “They got a Pulitzer Prize for Russia, Russia, Russia, and it turned out to be a total scam. The Pulitzer Committee, which has no credibility left anyway, should demand all of the Russia, Russia, Russia prizes back because the facts were the exact opposite.”

Trump circled back to Krugman, calling for an apology.

“Likewise, Krugman, should apologize to all of those people that followed his advice and lost a fortune doing so. Maybe they should all get together and sue him for what they have lost. Apologize, Paul!”

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