Friday, February 17, 2017

The Vulgar Abuse Of Mr Trump

I watched the press conference given by President Trump last night with interest: in particular his attack on fake news and the negative reporting he has been subject to by the world press. I never thought I might be capable of feeling sympathy for the man, but there would appear to be a thread of truth in his charges and such negative reporting of him seems to have been going on for longer than even he imagines. I came across this paragraph whilst browsing through a copy of the Western Times for Tuesday 22nd July 1884:-


I am happy to submit this example to Mr Trump and his team in order to fortify his growing bank of evidence against the dangers of a free press.


12 comments:

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  2. I just wonder how it will all turn out in the end.....

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  3. Laughing here...

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  4. It obviously runs in the family....

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  5. If Donald ever appears on "Who do they think they are" (or whatever it is called) then this could prove invaluable?

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  6. What a find! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Their Mr. Trump appears to have the same verity problem as ours.

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  8. Thank you, Alan to tell us so much useful information. I’m glad to read it. Dr. Saunders would be challenged to make his reply on Twitter.

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  9. :0 What a great discovery! :) Our President Trump is causing quite a stir, I rather enjoy it:)

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