Report: Trump refused to honor American conflict lifeless, calling them ‘losers’

Update by Kos: Clearly sensing the damage this is doing to him politically, Trump issued a three-tweet denial Thursday night. 


..Country, had to be approved by me, as President, & I did so without hesitation or complaint. Quite the contrary, I felt it was well deserved. I even sent Air Force One to bring his body, in casket, from Arizona to Washington. It was my honor to do so. Also, I never called..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 4, 2020


….John a loser and swear on whatever, or whoever, I was asked to swear on, that I never called our great fallen soldiers anything other than HEROES. This is more made up Fake News given by disgusting & jealous failures in a disgraceful attempt to influence the 2020 Election!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 4, 2020

Trump swears “on whatever, or whoever” that he never called any of our troops losers, and specifically says he didn’t call John McCain a loser. But, as you know, there’s always a tweet. 

So given his clear denial, and the clear evidence that he’s lying about part of his denial, why would anyone believe anything else he says? He can’t even get his lies straight. Back to Walter’s original post: 


In 2018, Donald Trump canceled his visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris. At the time, his excuse was it was too wet outside to see the final resting place of nearly 2,300 Americans who made the ultimate sacrifice in the first world war. The Atlantic has just published an unbelievable account of what happened during that trip to France, as well as allegations concerning Trump statements about fallen soldiers that, if true, are abhorrent. 

While it was widely accepted that Trump’s excuse that the rain scared his Secret Service detail from bringing him to the cemetery that day was bogus, the details The Atlantic has, from a handful of sources, paint the Donald in the sad, pale, monstrous light we have come to expect from the president. One example is that Trump allegedly called the 1,800 American soldiers who died at the battle in Belleau Wood during World War I “suckers.” That is not a typo. He reportedly also asked who the “good guys” were in the war and “didn’t understand why the United States would intervene on the side of the Allies.” 

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