And mused trading it for Greenland https://t.co/5FsT6RuBsb— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) September 18, 2020
He’s now falsely claiming Democrats blocked the funding. https://t.co/t2iuqVldpQ— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) September 18, 2020
"Falsely claiming" is newspaper speak for "lying."
History lesson! Drink!
He never finds it good enough to just take an action, however politically expedient it is in timing. It also has to involve lying about an opponent and about his own history regarding that action. https://t.co/E7YG3RHtvP— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) September 18, 2020
How can Trump look tall if there isn't somebody's shoulders to stand on?
And here's @peterbakernyt and @maggieNYT on how Trump wanted to trade Puerto Rico for Greenland https://t.co/CDzgl2XsMY— Patricia Mazzei (@PatriciaMazzei) September 18, 2020
Yeah, this is real outreach to Puerto Rico:
Note how Trump's answer here has absolutely nothing to do with the question he was asked pic.twitter.com/Tps1hEek0k— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 18, 2020
Lagniappe: why we are in the shape we are in.
"Yeah, in many cases I do," Trump says when asked if he thinks he knows better than his own experts.— Alan Rappeport (@arappeport) September 18, 2020