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POTUS Pounces on New York Times Over “Fake” Mueller Dismissal Story

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In this world of ever more controversial news-entertainment companies and sensationalism run amok, there is no time to waste when it comes to exposing the fraudsters.

And that is precisely what Donald Trump has done with his never-ending vigilance regarding the mainstream media.  The Commander in Chief has long been the main target of these pitiful and petulant press punks, constantly being accused of something horrendous or filthy, all in the name of the “resistance” that the democrats have helped to foment.

These attacks have come from all angles, seemingly, with Russia, porn stars, and profanity leading the way.  The most egregious of these assaults on the sitting President have often come from CNN, who, along with Buzzfeed published a completely unverified “dossier” of intelligence that claims Trump is being blackmailed by the Kremlin with information pertaining to his preference for Russian prostitutes to commit lewd and unsanitary acts upon him.

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Now, the New York Times is at it again, pushing a wholly bizarre narrative that claims the President has already attempted to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is currently in charge of the left’s incessant investigation into Russian election interference and the Trump campaign.  The firing of Mueller would not only have been enormous news, but would have served as a trigger for the radical left to take to the streets of America, enlisting Antifa and other domestic terror groups to assist them.

Of course, the President was quick to explain to We The People that, once again, we’re dealing with a bout of fake news.

“President Donald Trump demanded the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller last June but backed down after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign, according to a New York Times report that Trump quickly dismissed Friday as “‘fake news.’

“The newspaper reported that Trump demanded Mueller’s firing just weeks after the special counsel was first appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“Trump pushed back against the report, without addressing the specific allegation, as he arrived Friday at the site of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

“‘Fake news, folks. Fake news. Typical New York Times fake stories,’ Trump told reporters.”

The New York Times has long held the #2 spot behind CNN in terms of their ability to manipulate the millennial masses that the democrats hope to engage for 2018 and 2020, often pushing bizarre conspiracies and conjecture as a means to disparage the Commander in Chief.

At some point, push will come to shove in the fake news fracas, and when it does, there is no doubt that The Donald will come out on top.  Now, it’s just a matter of when to most effectively strike these journalistic gerrymanderers for maximum effect.

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