July 29, 2022

During an interview about his involvement in the highly controversial LIV golf tournament with ESPN, Trump defended taking blood money from Saudi Arabia and Mohammed bin Salman... by spitting on 9/11 families.

The ESPN reporter asked, "What do you say to those family members who protested earlier this week and will be doing so again on Friday?"

"Nobody’s gotten to the bottom of 9/11, unfortunately," Trump replied.

Say, what? Trump is now defending Saudi Arabia's involvement in the attack on the Twin Towers that left thousands dead... by lying? He really knows no other way to respond to anything.

"And they should have, as to the maniacs that did that horrible thing to our city, to the country, to the world. So nobody’s really been there," Trump lied.

WTF does "nobody’s really been there" mean? Was this A Hershel Walker-type gaffe?

Many critics are wondering if this was Trump's payoff from the Saudis, for his whitewashing the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.

People were also upset when Trump said a lot of the money would go to charity. What charity? The new Trump charity that Don Jr will run?

Trump even disgraced himself further when he said this to the WSJ about Jamal Khashoggi murder: “I can say that from the standpoint of Khashoggi, that has died down so much," Trump said. "It really seems to have totally died down."

Trump will do or say anything if the money is correct.

Puking on the 9/11 families for a price is the lowest a former US so-called president can go.

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