President Trump is Once Again Misquoted by the Media

In the latest Trump news, once again, President Donald Trump is being misquoted in the press. This time by the Wall Street Journal. This time they have misquoted the President for saying, “I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un.”. In actuality, what he said was “I’d” not “I”. That is a really big difference which changes the context of the whole quote. It is undeniable that our President sometimes spouts off too much and too harshly at times. But that does not give anybody the right to blatantly misquote or outright lie about what he has said.

I usually find some of these articles about President Trump’s brashness a bit entertaining but sometimes the mainstream media crosses the line. It seems like they are doing everything they possibly can to paint him in a bad light and turn the American people against him. And what is even worse is that people are buying into it. I think President Trump is exactly who we need in office right now. He is not the typical politician which is a good thing in my opinion. He does not conform to the ideologies of the Washington elite and is a very forthright and vocal advocate for the American people.

Before running for president he was an extremely succesful businessman which I think says a lot about him. I admire him for all that he has accomplished before dipping his feet into politics. I think we need a businessman running our country instead of the usual politician. This can only benefit our country and hopefully get us out of debt so that we don’t have to rely on other countries. He is making sure we take care of our own people which is exactly what he should be doing. I’m proud to call him my president.