Trump Comments Leaked

PUBLISHED: 4:53 PM 2 Oct 2019
UPDATED: 4:54 PM 2 Oct 2019

Trump’s Private Remarks About Impeachment “War,” Shooting Migrants Leaked

President Donald Trump seems to be surrounded by informers who will do anything to provide their media masters with anything and everything the president says.

Many argue that these sorts of remarks don't bother Trump-supporting Americans.

According to “sources,” President Trump’s private remarks about the democrat-constructed impeachment coup and early remarks about border protection solutions paint him in a bad light. However, many people argue that liberals do not understand the president’s base.

Breitbart reported:

President Donald Trump accused the Democrats on Tuesday of conducting a “coup,” to remove him from office.

He wrote:

As I learn more and more each day, I am coming to the conclusion that what is taking place is not an impeachment, it is a COUP, intended to take away the Power of the People, their VOTE, their Freedoms, their Second Amendment, Religion, Military, Border Wall, and their God-given rights as a Citizen of The United States of America!

Trump deployed his latest defense as the establishment media and Democrats grow increasingly critical of his rhetoric responding to the whistleblower’s complaint and the subsequent impeachment effort launched by the Democrats.

Trump said during private remarks at a reception in New York City after the United Nations General Assembly:

We’re at war. These people are sick, they’re sick and nobody’s called it out like I do. I don’t understand, people are afraid to call it out, they are afraid to say that the press is crooked, we have a crooked press, we have a dishonest media.

Those remarks were later leaked to the New York Times.

Democrats also raised alarm following the president’s decision to share a quote from Pastor Robert Jeffress warning of a “Civil War like fracture” if Democrats removed Trump as president.

Trump also suggested last week that the whistleblower and his informants were spies who were possibly guilty of treason.

“I want to know who’s the person who gave the whistle-blower the information, because that’s close to a spy,” he said. “You know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart? Right? With spies and treason, right? We used to handle it a little differently than we do now.”

However, Fox News reported:

A new report from The New York Times on Tuesday shows the extraordinary measures President Trump inquired about as part of his push to secure the southern border.

In an excerpt from their upcoming book, “Border Wars: Inside Trump’s Assault on Immigration,” Times reporters Michael Shear and Julie Hirschfeld Davis allege that Trump has repeatedly floated the idea of installing a “water-filled trench” filled with deadly reptiles.

“Privately, the president had often talked about fortifying a border wall with a water-filled trench, stocked with snakes or alligators, prompting aides to seek a cost estimate. He wanted the wall electrified, with spikes on top that could pierce human flesh,” the excerpt read.

“After publicly suggesting that soldiers shoot migrants if they threw rocks, the president backed off when his staff told him that was illegal. But later in a meeting, aides recalled, he suggested that they shoot migrants in the legs to slow them down. That’s not allowed either, they told him.”

A ‘source’ who was in the room at the time confirmed the conversation about shooting migrants in the legs to Fox News late Tuesday.

The Times journalists said that their report was based on interviews with “more than a dozen White House and administration officials directly involved” in discussions that took place at the time.

“You are making me look like an idiot,” Trump reportedly shouted at the meeting. “I ran on this. It’s my issue.”

The president also reportedly trashed his then-Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who left the administration in April.

The report details about efforts made by top White House advisor Stephen Miller to “get rid” of administration officials he thought were thwarting Trump’s immigration agenda, which included Nielsen, then-United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) chief L. Francis Cissna, DHS general counsel John Mitnick, and former acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Ronald D. Vitiello, all who have since left the administration.

Yet, many people argue that the complete disgust concerning unmitigated invasion of the Southern Border, while not warranting such drastic action, does require plain speaking. They say that what liberals, who control the media, don’t understand is that this sort of talk does not offend them.

How about you?