Donald Trump did not bite twin babies after speaking at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Friday. Any story reporting such is a hoax. The GOP presidential candidate did kiss twins, each on the head, as he held them in his arms.
Proof that Trump did not cross the line between political candidate and cannibal is clear in this video tweeted by him after the rally.
President Donald Trump attended a roundtable discussion on illegal immigration and MS-13 in Bethpage, New York on Wednesday where he met with families who have lost loved ones at the hands of the brutal gang. -- https://www.dailywire.com
NFL players should "stand proudly" during the national anthem, President Donald Trump said after praising the league's new rule banning players from kneeling on the field during the song.
Trump criticized the league's players who might challenge the rule and ... -- https://abcnews.go.com
President Donald Trump praised NFL team owners for doing the "right thing" in requiring NFL players to stand during the National Anthem this season, and suggested those who don't stand maybe "shouldn't be in the country." -- https://www.cnn.com
President Donald Trump told veteran television reporter Lesley Stahl that he attacks the press to "demean" and "discredit" reporters so that the public won't believe "negative stories" about him. -- http://www.businessinsider.com
US President Donald Trump's international abortion funding ban has had an unintended consequence. More abortions. -- https://www.cnn.com
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