Donald Trump has claimed time and time again that he opposed the Iraq war from the very beginning, and CNN’s John King called him out for it this morning.
One of the biggest moments from last night’s GOP debate was when Trump went on the attack against Jeb Bush and his brother by saying George W. Bush lied to the American people about WMDs in Iraq. (The audience booed him.)
He again maintained that he was vocally opposed to the Iraq war from the beginning. On CNN this morning, King said that’s “not the case.”
There is nothing in the public record in 2003 indicating Trump was opposed to it; there is, however, in 2004, “after the war was going south.”
King concluded, “He keeps saying he was out there vocally before the war. Mr. Trump, if there’s public record, send it on in, we’d love to see it, but it doesn’t exist if you go looking for it.”
the closer we get to their nomination the more embolden the v lies get i think it is desperation i think they see a potential problem like the audience booing him on his very accurate Bush W lying us into war which raises another question we all know what Trump said was true so what was the audience booing Tump or the truth??????????????????????????????