DiaryDad is concerned about how loud the message of fear is. — In 2001 when the Twin Towers fell my kids were just a hope I had. They were a part of a bright dream I had for tomorrow. They were what I believed would be my chance to put the best of me into […] The post How Do I Tell My Kids the Terrorists are Winning? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Donald Trump saw Muslims celebrating after the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center fell on September 11, 2001. That’s his story and he’s sticking to it, despite mounting evidence that no such thing ever happened, News Max is reporting. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Donald Trump continued to dig in behind his assertion that “thousands and thousands” of people in New Jersey cheered the fall of the Twin Towers. But the argument remained in a kind of he-said-she-said netherworld that skirted the debate’s actual subtext. It was about whether any actual evidence exists of Trump’s claims, […]
After Donald Trump joined Chuck Todd on NBC's Meet The Press, and refused to back off his comments that he said he saw Muslims in New Jersey cheering at the Twin Towers attack, the topic of fact checkers came into the debate with the MTP panel and how it affects Trump supporters. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is now making a more global and, in some ways, more despicable comment, about Muslims. Trump on Saturday reframed his claim that he saw Muslims in Jersey City, New Jersey, cheering the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001 by asserting the sentiment was [...]
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday reframed his claim that he saw Muslims in Jersey City, New Jersey, cheering the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001 by asserting the sentiment was shared worldwide. “Worldwide, the Muslims...
It is not possible to express how vile Donald Trump’s behavior has become. After the Republican presidential candidate dredged back up a widely-debunked rumor that people in New Jersey were celebrating as they watched the Twin Towers fall on September 11, 2001, the reporter whose story Trump cited came forward to say that the rumor [...]
As your humble blogger suggested yesterday, the extensive media attention to Donald Trump’s lies — particularly his suggestion that “thousands” of New Jersey residents cheered the fall of the Twin Towers — might only be helping him with his supporters. In their universe, these fact checks may only confirm that the corrupt national press, which […]
The right wing is full of paranoia. Donald Trump claims thousands of Muslims in New Jersey rejoiced as the Twin Towers fell during the 9/11 attacks. He says he knows this because he saw it in the news, a magical news that no one else but Ben Carson saw, although Ben Carson now says oh wait, no he didn’t. Show More Summary
People remember the footage of Palestinians celebrating the Twin Towers collapse well enough to give Donald Trump the cover he needs.
There have been an uptick in stories challenging statements made by presidential candidate Donald Trump such as his account of watching thousands of people cheering the destruction of the Twin Towers in New Jersey. One such factual dispute comes from a retweet on Trump’s account that shows dark-skinned man wearing a bandana, a dark shirt […]
Donald Trump has repeatedly defended his controversial comments that American Muslims celebrated in New Jersey when the Twin Towers fell. Lawrence O'Donnell...
I suppose it can happen to anyone. Republican Presidential wannabe Ben Carson was me-tooing Republican front runner Donald Trumps widely condemned and unproven assertion that after the twin towers fell Trump saw thousands of people that he assumes were Muslims cheering in delight in New Jersey. Me, too, said Ben Carson — who said he [...]Show More Summary
You've probably seen this firestorm which has erupted about Donald Trump's claim that he watched thousands of Muslim residents in North Jersey celebrating as the Twin Towers fell fourteen years ago. We just published a fascinating piece on it. Show More Summary
PAHRUMP, Nev. — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Monday that he has seen highly disputed footage showing thousands of Muslims in Northern New Jersey celebrating the collapse of the Twin Towers following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. GOP front-runner Donald Trump has made the same claim, but no such video has emerged and fact-checkers […]
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Gov. Chris Christie on Sunday said Donald Trump’s claim that “thousands and thousands of people” cheered in Jersey City as the Twin Towers fell on 9/11 is not what he remembers about that day. “I don’t recall that. I don’t,” Christie told reporters while on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. RELATED: [...]
(John Hinderaker) In recent days Donald Trump has caught flak for several ostensibly anti-Muslim comments. Among them was his statement that he saw thousands of Muslims in Jersey City celebrating after the twin towers collapsed on September 11, 2001. Show More Summary
Fact-checking the Sunday shows, including Donald Trump's claim that he saw thousands cheering the fall of the Twin Towers.
Seven days after September 11th, Donald Trump was interviewed by Page Six, primarily concerning how (or if) NYC should rebuild the Twin Towers. His remarks, which you should take the time to read for yourself, are being characterized as beyond...
2016 ELECTION: Donald Trump sticks to claims that he saw thousands of Arabs cheering in the streets of Jersey City, NJ when the twin towers came down on 9/11: “‘It did happen, I saw it,’” Mr. Trump said. “It was on television. I saw… Read The post Weekend News Brief: Trump, Lily Tomlin, Rhino, Coldplay, Kylie, Brussels, Sunday Scruff appeared first on Towleroad.