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Trump EMBARRASSES ABC News Star, Calls Out Fake Syria Video


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Over 72-hours. It has been over 72-hours since ABC’s World News Tonight first falsely claimed a special event at a gun range in Kentucky was footage of a Turkish attack on civilian Kurds in northern Syria. And in that 72-hours, the network had rejected all calls for an on-air correction, apology, and explanation to their viewers as to how the misinformation made it through their supposedly rigorous vetting process.

The network went so far as to cut out the soundbite of President Trump roasting chief White House correspondent Jon Karl on the topic, in the midst of a nationally televised joint press conference with the president of Italy, during Wednesday’s World News Tonight.

Trump called out ABC after Karl stood up and accused the President of giving the “greenlight” for Turkey to invade Syria and create a humanitarian disaster there. “[I]t was never given a greenlight,” Trump declared before bringing up ABC’s recent blunder:

And when you ask a question like that, it is very deceptive, John. It's almost as deceptive as you showing all of the bombings taking place in Syria, and it turns out the bombing you showed on television took place in Kentucky. So, you know. I'm not even sure that ABC apologized for that.

I'm looking at this, I say, ‘Wow, that's pretty bad.’ And it was in Kentucky, it wasn’t in Syria. So I don't think we will do about that, but I think ABC owes an apology,” Trump added.


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