The leftist media is running full-steam ahead with yet another grotesque attack on President Trump, this time using anonymous sources to allege that he made disparaging comments about fallen U.S. soldiers and wounded veterans.
First lady Melania Trump, who typically refrains from engaging in the media’s incessant anti-Trump fray, simply couldn’t remain silent this time around and spoke out to declare the story as being “not true,” according to Breitbart.
On Friday, the first lady tweeted that the story in The Atlantic “is not true,” and added, “It has become a very dangerous time when anonymous sources are believed above all else, & no one knows their motivation. This is not journalism — It is activism. And it is a disservice to the people of our great nation.”
Nor is the first lady alone in pushing back against the anonymous claims, as, of course, President Trump himself has also denied ever denigrating our nation’s fallen war heroes.
So too have nearly a dozen current and former administration officials — including some who no longer like Trump, such as former National Security Adviser John Bolton — that accompanied the president on his 2018 trip to France during which the alleged defamation of dead WWI troops was alleged to have occurred and have asserted that such words were never spoken.
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