Asked by a reporter at a press conference, why he keeps lying about a Veteran’s Choice measure that he claimed to have originated, Donald Trump turned deer in the headlights, then waved the reporters adios, and fled.
He did, however, manage to say, “Thank you very much,” before fleeing.
So which lie was the reporter targeting? It seems Trump has the habit of disparaging everything that came before him, and claiming to be the savior or the fixer-upper of anything that results in decisive action.
President Obama’s Health Care Plan? It's no good.
Trump's Health Care Plan is better. But Trump doesn’t have a Health Care Plan. It's somewhere over the rainbow in the future. In Trump's Plan, pre-existing conditions won't be included. Pregnancy is a pre-existing condition. What if a lady is in labor having a baby? Give her a willow branch to bite on.
“You ain’t a lady if you vote for Trump!”
At Trump’s last press conference, filled with a series of fabrications, a woman reporter questioned Trump about a lie he’s told over 150 times dealing with the Veterans Choice program.
Trump said, “They’ve been trying to get that passed for decades, and decades, and decades, and no president’s ever been able to do it, and we got it done.”
“You said that you passed Veterans Choice. It was passed in 2014, it was a false statement, sir,” said CBS White House correspondent, Paula Reid.
Stunned, the thermometer reaching straight up to his hairline, “Ahhh, thank you very much.” Then Trump scampered off the stage like a gazelle.
Maybe, that's the last time Trump will use that particular false statement?
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