Trump Busted By Canadian Paper For Making Up Stories About ‘People Crying’ To Tell At His Rallies
In an attempt to repeal and replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), President Trump resorts to fictional stories to tell at his rallies. Now, a top Canadian newspaper has called him out by publishing a scathing fact-check.
The Toronto Star explained how President Trump talked about nine miners crying tears of joy. The next week, the same story was told but with eight steelworkers.
“Trump tells a lot of stories about his private interactions with people,” the Star reported. “So although Trump is a serial liar, we can’t say for sure that he is making all of these stories up.
The publication then recounted a number of Trump’s stories about people crying.
From the report:
“Something remarkable happened, according to Donald Trump, when Donald Trump arrived at his campaign rally in Evansville, Indiana last week.
Nine “miners” greeted him backstage. They were “tough guys,” “seriously tough cookies,” men he wouldn’t want to fight. But eight of the nine were crying.
Trump’s claims of tears from the head of a major company, farmers, business people, the parents of Korean War soldiers and the children of Korean War soldiers.
The paper noted Trump using tears to shame former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT).
He also claimed that members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team cried at Hillary Clinton’s election night party.
The Star also pointed out that President Trump has claimed that he has not cried since he was a baby.
You can read the entire report here.