Mercedes Schlapp Tries To Have It Both Ways: Trump 'Stands With' And 'Disagrees With' Racist Chanters
White House spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp on Sunday insisted that Donald Trump "stands with" people who chanted a racist slogan at his rally last week -- although she also claimed that he disagrees with the chant itself.
Donald Trump spent all day Wednesday forcing his staff to attest to how calm he was during the meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer after Speaker Pelosi needled him about his demented demeanor.
This is what a cult looks like. Trump made all of his employees swear he was perfectly calm and not at all angry, just like the robots they are, during his press spray announcing farm bailouts.
Hilarious! Mercedes Schlapp understands that some Trump lies are harder to defend than others.
Another day trying and failing to exit the day without having to defend an embarrassing Trump statement, Mercedes?
FAIL. Mercedes Schlapp thought she was in the Fox and Friends safe space but Brian Kilmeade is still on the warpath against Trump on Syria.
White House spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp tells Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade she's "not going to get into the internal discussions of how the decision was made" when asked to name a single adviser who told Trump to pull troops out of Syria.
Mercedes Schlapp proved the whole "national security" threat claim is bogus nonsense intended to justify stepping on the First Amendment.
Fox News's Harris Faulkner kept asking the White House Sr. Strategic Comms adviser why Trump is pushing the DOJ to investigate an critical op-ed under the national security guise and she couldn't come up with a credible excuse for it.
Matt Schlapp's wife, Mercedes, who works for Trump administration, says many MSM journalists cried when Trump won.
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