Donald Trump rages tweets about the media, Hillary Clinton and polling minutes before he walks to the White House South Lawn on the occasion of the 18th birthday of 9/11
- The president tweeted early in the morning of September 11 about known grievances
- He destroyed what he called a & # 39; suppression poll & # 39; after an investigation by ABC News / Washington Post had him lost to Democrats
- The & # 39; suppression & # 39; tweet arrived at 8:12 a.m.
- He also tore at 8:19 am in the media & # 39; Fake News & # 39;
- At 8:21 he tweeted: & Soon left the White House to speak on the Pentagon. My great honor! & # 39;
- He previously observed a moment of silence in the White House
- 8:46 am marks the moment that American Airlines hit Flight 11 against the north tower of the World Trade Center
President Donald Trump began airing on known political grievances on September 11, a few minutes before attending a solemn memorial ceremony on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
Trump & # 39; s first report of the day came at 8:12 am, in a missive that attacked & # 39; Crooked Hillary & # 39 ;, the owner of the Washington Post, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and ABC News.
It was the first of three widths that Trump aired before attending a moment of silence at the White House's South Lawn on the occasion of the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
& # 39; In a hypothetical poll done by one of the worst polls of all, the Amazon Washington Post / ABC, who predicted that I would lose 15 points against Crooked Hillary (how did that work?), Sleepy Joe, Pocahontas and almost everyone else would beat me in the general election, & Trump wrote.
President Donald Trump spent the morning of September 11 attacking political rivals and honoring those who died in the terrorist attacks on the 18th anniversary of 9/11
He picked up an attack he launched yesterday on the poll, chasing after Democrats in the possible presidential match-ups of 2020.
Trump followed by following the Russia probe and ushering in two Republican victories in North Carolina – one of them was a do-over.
& # 39; & # 39; This is a fake suppression poll, meant to build up their Democratic partners. I have not even started campaigns and am constantly fighting Fake News such as Russia, Russia, Russia. Watch North Carolina last night. Then Bishop, big in the polls, PROFIT. Easier than 2016! & # 39; Trump wrote.
Good morning! The president destroyed the media and & # 39; Crooked Hillary & # 39; Clinton at 8:12 on the morning of September 11
He followed to continue after a poll that left him behind and the Russian probe
The president said that if it wasn't for the media, he would be at the elections
Two minutes later, Trump wrote that he would soon be leaving for the Pentagon. First he went to a moment of silence in the White House
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump observed a moment of silence in the White House on Wednesday to mark the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
Smoke rose from the burning double towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 after terrorists crashed their hijacked commercial planes into the skyscrapers of New York City
The president and first lady placed a wreath and participated in a second moment of silence in honor of 9/11 victims in the Pentagon
At the White House ceremony, Trump stood by First Lady Melania Trump with his hand over his heart for a moment of silence.
Another tweet followed at 8:19 am. & # 39; Without the infinite fake news about me, and with everything I've done (more than any other president in the first 2 1/2 years!), I'd have the & # 39; LameStream Partners & # 39; Media leads with 20 points. Sorry, but true! & # 39; Trump wrote.
Only two minutes later he published: & # 39; Soon leaving the White House to speak at the Pentagon. My great honor! & # 39;
The Washington Post / ABC survey that drew Trump & # 39; s fire had him five Democratic presidential candidates, including South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. He followed former vice president Joe Biden with 15 percentage points.
During Trump's comments on the Pentagon, he remembered his own 9/11 experiences.
& # 39; I was home early that morning watching a big TV show. Jack Welch, the legendary head of General Electric, was about to be interviewed when they suddenly stopped, & Trump told assembled servants and civilian employees.
& # 39; Nobody really knew what was happening. There was great confusion, & Trump added. & # 39; I was looking out of a window from a building in Midtown Manhattan, directly at the World Trade Center, when I saw a second plane going into the second tower at an enormous speed. Then I realized that the world would change. & # 39;
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