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Trump: ‘Joe Biden Thinks Kamala Harris Is President’

“Someday you’ll have to explain that one to me.”

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After BOTH Joe Biden and Kamala Harris referred to a “Harris-Biden Administration” in recent days, President Trump weighed in, suggesting that Biden’s mental capacity is so degraded that he actually believes Harris is the President at this stage.

As Infowars noted yesterday, just one day after Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris said the “Harris administration” during a roundtable, Joe Biden made the exact same gaffe, saying the “Harris/Biden administration.”

“A Harris-Biden administration is going to relaunch that effort and keep pushing it further to make it easier for military spouses and veterans to find meaningful careers, to ensure teachers know how to support military children in their classrooms,” Biden said during a veterans roundtable in Tampa, Florida.

President Trump’s campaign used the gaffe to again paint Biden as “a Trojan horse for the radical Left” and suggested that Harris is “among those pulling the strings.”

“And now, with a Freudian slip, she’s outright admitting it,” Trump spokesman Jake Schneider told reporters.

Then Trump himself chimed in.

“He, today, said ‘Harris/Biden’ because he thinks she’s president,” Trump said during a town hall with ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos.

“Someday you’ll have to explain that one to me,” The President added.

Elsewhere during the town hall, Trump noted that Harris is fully onboard with socialized medicine, despite Biden’s criticism of Bernie Sanders’ socialised medicine policy throughout the Democratic nominsaytioon process.

“Joe can say all he wants,” Trump said. “He’s only doing it because he sees his polls going down substantially.”

Trump pointed to the failure of Obamacare, urging that “Obamacare has been a failure from day one. It’s too expensive, whether it’s the premium or whether it’s the cost generally, and they don’t have their doctors and they don’t have their plans.”

Trump also outlined that he is against a national mask mandate, saying that “There are a lot of people that think the masks are not good.”

“The concept of a mask is good, but … you are constantly touching it, touching your face, touching plates,” he said, adding “There are people that don’t think masks are good.”

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Trump Responds to Cramer’s “Crazy Nancy” Apology: “No Pandering!”

“Jim, you didn’t make a mistake”

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A day after MSNBC host Jim Cramer referred to Nancy Pelosi as “Crazy Nancy” right to her face during an interview, President Trump weighed in on the matter.

Cramer, who had spent the first part of the interview with Pelosi discussing Trump’s frequent use of the term, then actually called the Speaker of the House ‘Crazy Nancy’ before apologising.

Cramer asked, “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy?” He immediately followed with, “I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reference for the office. I would never use that term.”

Cramer later also issued a further grovelling apology:

“Earlier today, when I talked to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ‘Squawk on the Street,’ I made a very stupid comment. It was a tongue-in-cheek attempt to make a point about the harsh tone of the negotiations in Washington. But it fell completely flat, and I apologize for that … As I said immediately after the comment, I want to make it clear that I have an incredible amount of respect for both the speaker and, of course, the office she holds.”

This did not impress the President, who requested Cramer to stop pandering:

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Report: White House To Release ‘Dossier’ Of Fake News Reporters

“They are a disgrace to journalism and the American people.”

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The Washington Post reports that The White House has been prompted to compile a dossier of ‘false’ claims by reporters about President Trump, after the Post itself published a story with the headline “Room rentals, resort fees and furniture removal: How Trump’s company charged the U.S. government more than $900,000.”

“The Washington Post is blatantly interfering with the business relationships of the Trump Organization, and it must stop,” said Deputy White House press secretary Judd Deere.

“Please be advised that we are building up a very large ‘dossier’ on the many false David Fahrenthold and others stories as they are a disgrace to journalism and the American people,” Deere added, referring to the Post reporter.

The story claims that federal agencies have racked up bills totalling almost $1 million at Trump Organization properties since President Trump took office.

The report also claims that the Trump properties repeatedly charged the Secret Service for “resort” and “furniture removal” fees, as well as doing deals with government agencies to block book rooms for a fortnight at a time, in case Trump needed to travel.

The insinuation in the report is that Trump is using his Presidency to line his pockets by staying at his own hotels and hosting Republican events there.

Deere told the Post that the claim is nonsense and that Trump “turned over the day-to-day responsibilities of running the company though he was not required to, [and] has sacrificed billions of dollars” by concentrating on his Presidency rather than his business interests.

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Video: CNN Interrupts Trump RNC Speech To ‘Fact Check Outright lies’

“He often almost seems like Pontius Pilate”

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CNN cut out of President Trump’s speech at the RNC Monday and claimed that most of what Trump was saying was “misleading” or “outright lies”.

The network made good on an earlier promise by host Brian Stelter that it would ‘live fact check’ the GOP convention, despite not doing so during the Democratic convention last week.

As the network interrupted Trump, Anderson Cooper explained that they were cutting away because the President was being “negative” despite promising to be “positive.”

Cooper then claimed that Trump made false claims about mail-in voting and lied about Democrats wanting to shut down the country to purposefully disrupt the economy as a way of trying to oust the President from office.

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“After vowing to have a positive convention, the president goes negative in its first moments,” Cooper stated, adding that Trump “started off falsely attacking mail-in voting.”

“He’s continuing attack mail-in voting and, as the postmaster general testifies that the attacks are ‘unhelpful.’ That’s his own postmaster general,” Cooper continued.

“He also criticized the media for airing the postmaster’s hearing instead of his roll call. He falsely accused Democrats of wanting to shut down the country to hurt the economy and somehow help them at the ballot box. Unclear how angering the entire country by shutting down would help them in the ballot box. He attacked North Carolina’s governor for putting limits on crowds during a convention,” Cooper also stated.

Cooper further claimed “It is sort of all the most recent greatest hits and false statements by the president and I imagine what we’re going to hear a lot this week from the president who clearly wants to be out front every single day.”

CNN talking head John King then complained that Trump’s continued “outright lies” highlight how difficult the job of those at the network is.

“This is a sad thing to say, but a lot of what you just heard from the President of the United States is wrong, misleading, and outright lies,” King proclaimed, reemphasising that Trump’s comments were “Wrong, misleading and outright lies.”

King later compared Trump to Pontius Pilate, stating that “He was the disruptive outsider last time, there were all these character questions about him 2016, but … there were enough people in enough places who wanted something different in Washington.”

“They wanted Washington disrupted, they voted for Donald Trump and he got his electoral college victory. Now he is the beleaguered incumbent, and you’re right, he often almost seems like Pontius Pilate,” King added.

During the speech, which other networks broadcast uninterrupted, Trump slammed Democrats for what he described as widespread ballot “harvesting” ahead of the election in November.

Trump claimed that the Democrats are using the United States Postal Service in a “scam” designed to “steal” the election.

“Here is a ballot. What the hell am I going to do with this thing?” Trump said, putting himself in the position of Americans receiving mail in ballots.

“And then they have somebody knocking on your door, and they’re harvesting. ‘Have you gotten your ballot?’ Ya, I have my ballot. Are you going to sign it? If you want. Here it is, get out of here. That’s the honest way of doing it. That’s unfair.” Trump stated.

Elsewhere during the speech, a heckler yelled ‘spy gate’ when Trump mentioned Barack Obama.

Trolls immediately claimed that the heckler had yelled ‘monkey’ and that Trump had “relished” in it.

The claim was blatantly ridiculous, and was quickly proven completely false.

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