Trump Jr. Tweets Sarcasm at NY Times Report

Liberals are having a field day trying to find some reason to destroy President Donald Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr. The New York Times reported on Jr’s meeting last summer with a Russian lawyer as if it was a clandestine meeting to use Russia to interfere in the election. However, When Trump Jr. met with the Russian, he had no idea who he was meeting with and the meeting didn’t amount to anything, so Jr. took to Twitter like his dad and fired a sarcastic salvo at the NY Times.

Donald Trump Jr. on Monday used a sarcastic tweet to mock The New York Times’ reporting on a meeting he and other Trump associates had last summer with a Russian lawyer who supposedly lured them with the hint of Hillary Clinton dirt.

“Obviously I’m the first person on a campaign to ever take a meeting to hear info about an opponent… went nowhere but had to listen,” the president’s son tweeted.

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Obviously I’m the first person on a campaign to ever take a meeting to hear info about an opponent… went nowhere but had to listen. https://twitter.com/DRUDGE_REPORT/status/884390823881719808 …

The NY Times will pick at anything they can to hinder and destroy Trump’s presidency. Everyone needs to keep in mind that the very same paper NEVER blasted Barack Obama for any of his many crimes, violations of the US Constitution, overstepping his authority and acts of treason. The NY Times also never reported the truth about the IRS scandal that Obama was behind, nor did they blast Hillary for her abuse of power while Secretary of State and her violation of federal law by using a private unsecured server to send classified government information.

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