President Trump on Monday lashed out at a Time magazine columnist who completely fabricated a quote in which the former supposedly compared Joe Biden unfavorably to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un herunterladen.

Ian Bremmer, who also lists himself as a political scientist, posted the quote to social media where it quickly went viral and was used by prominent media members as an example of the President being unhinged word 2007 kostenlos herunterladen.

The fake statement read, “President Trump in Tokyo: ‘Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden.'”

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Bremmer provided no disclaimer indicating the tweet was satirical in nature and instead presented it as a straight quote my town kostenlosen. As a member of the blue checkmark media on Twitter, people took it seriously.

Bremmer left the quote up for several hours before declaring that he was simply trying to make a point that the idea of Trump saying this was “completely ludicrous” and “yet kinda plausible.”

That’s not how the media and reporting works – or should work – Chief windows wiederherstellungs cd downloaden.

Libs Bought It – Hook, Line, and Sinker

The anti-Trump left bought Bremmer’s fake quote without even bothering to question the accuracy of a “completely ludicrous” statement lightroom mac kostenlos.

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Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu and CNN contributor Ana Navarro shared Bremmer’s tweet and had to be called out for it.

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Navarro, a CNN contributor and co-host of ‘The View’ who suffers from acute Trump Derangement Syndrome on the daily, not only shared the fake news but went on a crazed rant about the President meldung fehler beim herunterladen.

“Don’t shrug your shoulders,” she told followers of the made-up quote. This “IS NOT FREAKING NORMAL.”


Joshua Holland, a contributor to ‘The Nation,’ responded: “It’s pretty amazing to consider what Republicans are OK with.”

Trump Responds

President Trump hit back hard against Bremmer’s clear case of journalistic malpractice, even suggesting libel laws in America need to be changed to combat ‘fake news.’

“This is what’s going on in the age of Fake News,” he wrote businessplan pdf kostenlosen. “People think they can say anything and get away with it. Really, the libel laws should be changed to hold Fake News Media accountable!”

Bremmer responded by admitting the President was right but adding it was all “meant in jest.”


Bremmer previously praised Trump for his diplomatic efforts on the Korean peninsula, claiming he should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

In hindsight, perhaps that statement was ‘meant in jest’ as well.

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