Sarah Huckabee Sanders says it's not true. Dan Bongino says it's not true. First Lady Melania Trump says it's not true. Notice who is *not* speaking up for Trump: current or retired senior officers, Gold Star families, wounded warriors. They know.
“The silence is resounding,” writes . “And when such voices do speak, they typically describe a president utterly lacking in empathy to grieving families, wholly uncomprehending of sacrifice and suffering."
"One of the most striking things about Trump is how seldom, if ever, anybody tells a story of kindness and compassion about him," writes
“When it is reported—first in The Atlantic, then by WaPo, the AP, CNN, and Fox News—that multiple sources have heard Trump sneer and jibe at America’s fallen, the reporting rings true because it is consistent with the public record.” ⁦
He can disparage Black and trans folks, disabled people, immigrants, and women with impunity. But don't you dare come for the veterans, lest centrist journalists lose their goshdarn minds!
On the phone with family of fallen soldier Dillon Baldridge, Trump promised to write family a $25,000 personal check. Trump then reneged - until shamed more than 3 months later by a story in the Washington Post
"How many wounded warriors have stepped forward to attest to Trump’s care and concern for them? How many Gold Star families have stepped forward on Trump’s behalf? How many service families?" writes
As ⁦⁩ writes, all the evidence points to the truth: ⁦⁩ disparaged our war dead and insulted our troops. Frum makes an overwhelming case in this column.
“There’s a gaping zero where goodness should be.” Everyone knows he said those despicable things, and more. Everyone knows those words reflect his character. Character is on the ballot in November. #VoteJoe
“Where are the senior officers of the United States armed forces, serving and retired—the men and women who worked most closely on military affairs with President Trump? Has any one of them stepped forward to say, ‘That’s not the man I know’?”
Everyone Knows It’s True - The Atlantic
“How many wounded warriors have stepped forward to attest to Trump’s care and concern for them? How many Gold Star families have stepped forward on Trump’s behalf? How many service families?”
"One of the most striking things about Trump is how seldom, if ever, anybody tells a story of kindness and compassion about him," writes
"One of the most striking things about Trump is how seldom, if ever, anybody tells a story of kindness and compassion about him," writes
Everyone Knows It’s True