(Russian Foreign Ministry Photo via AP)
CNN’s Jim Acosta reports on how the Russians were able to take photographs of President Trump in yesterday’s Oval Office meeting with AmbassadorSergey Kislyak and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov:
How the fake news is made, continued…
Step 1 — Tweet something with an explosive allegation in the headline:
Yesterday we reported that Donald Trump was headed to Israel to meet with Israeli Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu on December 28.
But according to Trump this morning, the trip is off:
Trump gave no reason for the cancellation, butNetanyahu did criticize Trump’s plan to temporarily band Muslims from the U.S. Could the two be related?
We’ll update as soon as we know more.
Editor’s note: A typo has been corrected in the headline.
The media has been HARPING nonstop about Trump’s first 100 days and what he has (and has not) accomplished. Even people who weren’t exactly Trump supporters are speaking out in support of the president at this point, mainly due to the nonsensical and endless bitching from the Left about everything.
On that note, even if Trump does NOTHING else in the next four years, this accomplishment was YUGE:
We reported earlier how Donald Trump told Apple he was boycotting the company and had stopped using his iPhone to tweet unless they helped the FBI hack the phone of the San Bernardino terrorist. But it might be a little harder for The Donald to quit using Apple’s products than he thinks it is.
Check out the scene outside a campaign rally tonight in S.C.:
Maybe the boycott starts tomorrow?
Earlier from Donald Trump: