Reporter finally asks Donald Trump, to his face, why he is lying.

By |2018-06-17T06:39:29-08:00June 16th, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , |8 Comments

“Why are you lying about it, sir?”

Such a simple and important question and yet NOBODY ever asks it.

I think that every single journalist should respond to Trump with this question every single time that they catch him in a lie. 

Every single time. 

It is NOT disrespectful to call somebody out for lying if that is what they do constantly. 

Donald Trump literally lies more than any other politician in recent memory, and nobody ever has the balls to ask him why to his face. 

Until now, and hopefully, this sets a precedent. 

White House correspondent Andrew Feinberg is my new hero.

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  1. Beaglemom June 16, 2018 at 1:39 pm

    All Trump does is lie. All of his sycophants do is lie. We are drowning in their lies. And the media, at least 99.9% of the media, is too afraid to call him and his party out for their lies.

  2. Anonymous June 16, 2018 at 2:42 pm

    Of course if every reporter started calling Trump out on his lies he would just not talk to reporters.

    Though come to think about that would not be much different.

  3. Anonymous June 16, 2018 at 7:27 pm

    The scary part of them taking those children from their parents is when they say they are taking them for baths. Holy shit! Isn’t that what Hitler’s soldiers told the Jewish people. And still America is okay with this? Then we are in Nazi America. Holy shit!!

  4. Anonymous June 16, 2018 at 7:56 pm

    He’s been telling lies for 70 years and, until very recently, has never been confronted about it. I sometimes wonder if he thinks that everything he says is the truth at the time he says it just BECAUSE he says it.

    In the last few years before she died, my mother (who was mentally ill) told people in her town terrible stories about me and my sister that were completely untrue. I believe she had convinced herself that they actually WERE true even though, in her phone conversations with us during that period, everything was just fine. Truth, to her diseased mind, was fluid and whatever she chose it to be at that moment in time.

  5. Anonymous June 16, 2018 at 10:30 pm

    That’s the wrong question. It is stated incorrectly. We know WHY he’s lying. This shouldn’t be phrased as a question. That gives him an out. It should be phrased as a STATEMENT. “That’s a LIE!” Then you ask the clarifying question proving Trump is lying. But it must be a statement. “Sir, that is a lie. The report states blah blah. How do you feel about the report exonerating blah blah. Or How do you feel about Comey’s poor judgement and defiance handing you the election?”

  6. anonymous June 17, 2018 at 7:01 am

    ““sobering and a bit depressing,” adding that “the situation isn’t very nice” and “sometimes I get the impression that the U.S. president believes that only one side wins and the other loses” — an approach she contrasted with her belief in “win-win” situations.”
    “gaslight the American public about that reality.”

  7. anonymous June 17, 2018 at 8:02 am

    “Our courts operate quite differently from the other two branches of government, with each side presenting legal and factual arguments before an independent tribunal that is beholden to the Constitution and not to a voting constituency or client.”

  8. Anonymous June 17, 2018 at 10:04 am

    A reporter finally asked, why are you lying? Wow. That took a while, didn’t it? They should have asked him the first day he started running but no they followed him from venue to venue waiting breathlessly for every little lie that he could give them. Now one of them ask why? He’s lying dipshit, because that’s all he knows. And you, reporter, have to have the scoop whether it’s a lie or not. That’s what you do.

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