September 15, 2020

Washington Post:

The veterans event is aimed in part at pushing what the Biden campaign sees as a potential opening with military voters, who broadly supported Trump in 2016 but are seen as potentially persuadable due to controversial remarks the president reportedly made about service members. Trump has denied criticizing the troops.

There's that word again, "controversial." Nope. Calling the troops "losers" is not controversial, Wapo. It's atrocious.

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