One true, the other a lie.
Which story should be believed?
Putin's take on the G-20 Summit meeting between the two men was that Donny believed every word he said.
Trump's version is he put Putin in his place while asking hard questions about election meddling in last year's presidential elections.
Putin hates America. Putin has been our enemy for the past 18 years. It's no secret that he's been directing a cyber war against Americans, and the U.S. infrastructure.
American intelligence agencies said there was no doubt Putin helped Donny get elected.
So, should we believe Putin's version about Donny accepting his word about not hacking the election?
Should we accept the word of the most prolific liar ever to sit in the Oval Office?
Just last week Trump lied about what was said between him and the President of Romania.
Trump hosted a relatively brief press conference at the White House with Romania’s Klaus Iohannis, and the two presidents were asked if they discussed the visa waiver program for Romania.
Trump quickly responded, “We didn’t discuss it. We didn’t discuss it.”
A couple of seconds later, Iohannis, who has his own domestic politics to consider, said the opposite, telling reporters that they did discuss it: Iohannis brought up the issue during his White House meeting, Trump’s denial moments earlier notwithstanding.
In other words, the American president wasn’t telling the truth – which, when it comes to Trump, is a familiar problem.
The Washington Post, for example, reported the other day on a sworn deposition Trump gave in 2007, when he was confronted with a series of public falsehoods:
Two different stories in the meeting between Putin and Trump. Two versions of fake news. Two people very comfortable with lying...
Who do you believe?
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