Twitter Can’t Believe Melania Trump’s Tweet About ‘The Truth’

Melania Trump tweeted about ‘the truth’ coming out on September 10th and people on Twitter felt the tweet was a little ironic, to say the least. After all, the truth did come out and it wasn’t pretty.  The Tweet That Started It All Stephanie Grisham, Chief of Staff and Spokesperson for Melania Trump, tweeted out about people saying lies to get some money and time on television.  I continue to be shocked by the lengths that power hungry people will go to, in a pathetic attempt to be relevant. Spreading falsehoods in exchange for a few dollars & some TV time is never worth it. — Stephanie Grisham (@StephGrisham45) September 11, 2020 Although Grisham did not mention specifics, many people speculate that it could be about the recent books that have come out discussing President Trump and the White House. President Trump has been caught lying a numerous amount of times. A fact that people on Twitter were quick to remind Grisham.  (You know…in case she forgot)  One user comments there’s evidence.  What falsehoods? He’s on tape saying it? — Evelyn Knox (@evelyn_knox11) September 11, 2020 Another found her tweet rather agreeable.  Wow. I never thought you would describe the Trump crime family as perfectly as you just did. — In Search Of Treasonous Helsinki Notes (@valerie135) September 11, 2020 This commenter found a different way to phrase Grisham’s tweet.  I shortened it up for you.———————————-I continued to be shocked by….Republicans. — West-way Ⓥ🌊🏄🏻‍♂️🇺🇸 (@TorchLightCubed) September 11, 2020 A Response From The First Lady  Meanwhile, Melania Trump responded that the truth will come out. The truth will prevail! https://t.co/kZeQAkpnC8 — Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) September 11, 2020 And Twitter certainly had something to say about that response.  This user questioned if Melania is the one that doesn’t know the truth.  Girl, we know the truth…how about you? pic.twitter.com/Kqd3n3n1Bp — CaliGirl Build Back Better with Joe! (@oceanlover4life) September 11, 2020 Another giving FLOTUS a way she thinks will help the truth prevail.  Has Donald decided to submit his DNA to prove his innocence in one of his rape cases? That would help the truth to prevail. Has Maxwell released more information yet about you and Donald? That would help the truth prevail. pic.twitter.com/nz4Mxd8s36 — DC Momma 🇺🇸 (@DCMomma1) September 11, 2020 A 15-year-old replied his support for the First Lady.  Best First Lady Ever 🇺🇸 — Reed Cooper🇺🇸 (@ReedMCooper) September 11, 2020 Which quickly offended many people. This user found it particularly offensive.  Dont be ridiculous-what exactly has she done to be given that honor. — Denise Irizarry (@DeniseIrizarry8) September 11, 2020 Co-Host of The View, Joy Behar, chimed in finding the Tweet to be rather funny.  Hilarious — Joy Behar (@JoyVBehar) September 11, 2020 The Pot Or The Kettle? Yes, President Trump has been caught lying several times. There’s no secret there. Has he denied the lies well after evidence has proven otherwise? Also, yes. But his most recent lie cost us lives…THOUSANDS of lives.  So let’s talk about it.  Shall we?  Famed journalist, Bob Woodward, has released tape recordings of the President talking about the coronavirus. These recordings and information came out along with his new book titled, “Rage.”  Which pretty much sums up the feelings of so many Americans when they heard just what was said on the recordings. President Trump caught in another lie. Although people already knew about this lie, the suspicions have now been confirmed.  President Trump insisted that the virus would disappear. At least, that was what he told the public. But in an interview on March 19th, President Trump told Woodward, “To be honest with you, I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down because I don’t want to create a panic.”  Trevor Noah, the host of The Daily Show, tweeting his reaction.  CNN: WOODWARD BOOK EXPOSES TRUMP’S LIES ON CORONAVIRUS MSNBC: TRUMP ADMITS TO PLAYING DOWN CORONAVIRUS FOX: IS PRESIDENT TRUMP TOO HANDSOME TO WIN THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE? — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) September 9, 2020 U.S. Senator, Ed Markley, also tweeted out his frustration.  Trump has known about the danger and severity of the coronavirus pandemic since the beginning of this year. We urged him to use his presidential authority to protect our country. He chose to lie, delay, and downplay the crisis. — Ed Markey (@EdMarkey) September 10, 2020 Keith Boykin, a CNN commentator, shared a video from The Lincoln Project about the news findings.  Trump knew the coronavirus was deadly. He knew it was not a hoax. And he knew it was worse than the flu. But he lied to the American people so he could “play it down” and make himself look better. Now he’s been caught on tape admitting his lies.pic.twitter.com/a7hR3COXYd — Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) September 9, 2020 In his book, Bob Woodward states, “Trump never did seem willing to fully mobilize the federal government and continually to push problems off on the states. There was no real management theory of the case or how to organize a massive enterprise to deal with one of the most complex energies the United States had ever faced.”   This user responding to Melania Trump’s tweet using #trumpliedpeopledied.  The truth is, #TrumpLiedPeopleDied #TrumpKnew — Mojo60 (@maureen34562155) September 11, 2020 #TrumpLiedPeopleDied This hashtag started trending on Twitter shortly after the recordings were released.  One user tweeted his confusion about the fear of panic President Trump claimed to have.  He was worried about PANIC? Is that why he discouraged mask wearing, distancing and had superspreader rallies that affected people? Nah…he just didn't give a damn!!#TrumpKnew #TrumpLiedPeopleDied #VoteBlueToEndThisNightmare @TWR2020 @TWR2020media pic.twitter.com/5sLKgMj6po — TWR2020Media (@TWR2020media) September 12, 2020 A reference to Jaws was made by this Twitter user.  A tragic irony: the woman who said “You knew there was a shark out there and you let people go swimming” died from the coronavirus. #TrumpLiedPeopleDied pic.twitter.com/t9yifVoAcp — George Hahn (@georgehahn) September 11, 2020 Meanwhile, President Trump tweeted out accusing the Democrats and ‘Fake News Media’ working together to spread lies.  Really Sad! https://t.co/AogCo9aAQc — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 12, 2020 Pledge of Allegiance Controversy Remember when you were in school and had to say the pledge of allegiance every morning? I’ve said it so much I can probably say it backwards without hesitation.  Now I think it’s safe to say that the President of our country should know the Pledge of Allegiance of all people. Well, apparently we had a little bit of trouble remembering it at the 9/11 commemoration in Shanksville, PA.  President Trump recites the Pledge of Allegiance at this morning's 9/11 commemoration in Shanksville, PA. pic.twitter.com/KZPWjai9ye — The Recount (@therecount) September 11, 2020 People were quick to notice that Trump didn’t seem to know the words. Melania Trump was criticized as well for not saying anything at all. These comments questioned if ‘recites’ was a good way to phrase that. i see you are using "recites" in the loosest definition of the word. — Mark Gray (@rich29uk) September 11, 2020 Does not look as though he is “reciting” much of anything. Looks like he doesn’t know the words to this one… — Stephen Pullin (@SEPullinRN) September 12, 2020 A supporter came to his defense by explaining her husband doesn’t recite it.  Not everyone recites the Pledge of Allegiance or sings National Anthem out loud…give me a break-my husband doesn’t as an example but will remove his hat (if one is on) and crosses his heart. — Lyrnn Carter (@lyrnncarter05) September 11, 2020 One commenter jokingly referenced Michelle Obama.  The only way @FLOTUS could recite the Pledge of Allegiance is if Michelle Obama said it two weeks earlier. — John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) September 11, 2020 At the end of the day, the irony in Melania Trump’s response was abundantly clear. Twitter certainly did not let Melania get away with tweeting that response without reminding her of the recent facts that have been made public. Many lies have been proven to be told But it doesn’t stop there. “The Truth Hurts, Joe” Ronna McDaniel, Chair of the Republican National Committee, also decided to tweet about the truth. Joe Biden can’t run from his disastrous record responding to the coronavirus. The truth hurts, Joe!https://t.co/uBERkgHwJX — Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) September 13, 2020 In the tweet, McDaniel referred to the accusations that Joe Biden responded poorly to COVID-19. Twitter was again quick to fire back at her response. This person reminding McDaniel that the President was caught lying about the threat of the virus. The president admitted that he lied about the coronavirus threat. For months. — Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) September 13, 2020 While others mentioned Joe Biden isn’t the President. Wait until she finds out who the actual president is. — Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) September 14, 2020 He wasn't the POTUS. He also didn't have the information that Trump had on Feb 2. Nice try Ronda Romney. — Andrew Goss 👊USAF👊 (@Goss30Goss) September 14, 2020 Ronna made a typo. TRUMP can't run from his disastrous record responding to covid-19, because TRUMP is the one currently in office, NOT Biden. Trump has the authority to do something about covid, but chooses not to. Biden has no authority as he holds no seat. So stop lying, Ronna — Cat (@Cat_in_Florida) September 14, 2020 But this user agreed with Ronna McDaniel. Its about time the media finally asks a question that means something other than how he feels.Joe doesnt have a clue as to what he would have done to make a difference in a world wide pandemic. All he can say is POTUS didn't handle it well.He has no idea what to do — Jim Monroe (@3658_1) September 13, 2020 ‘The truth’ seems to be a popular topic of conversation for both parties but there are some things that you cannot deny. And things Twitter certainly will not forget. I think it’s safe to say that Twitter’s lesson of the day for the First Lady and fellow republicans, would be those with glass houses should not throw stones.

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Powerful Speech – President Trump and First Lady Melania Remember 9/11 – Flight 93 Observance, Shanksville PA – Video and Transcript…

President Trump delivered a remarkable tribute to the heroes of Flight #93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania as he and the first lady pay their respects: “The heroes of Flight 93 are an everlasting reminder that no matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up, stand tall, and fight back.” – – –  “The only thing that stood between the enemy and a deadly strike at the heart of American democracy was the courage and resolve of 40 men and women.” “Our sacred task, our righteous duty, and our solemn pledge, is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us 19 years ago.” … “In their memory, we resolve to stand united as one American nation, to defend our freedoms – to uphold our values – to love our neighbors – to cherish our country – to care for our communities – to honor our heroes – and to never forget.” [Full Video and Full Transcript Below] [embedded content] . [Transcript] – THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you, David, very much. It’s a great honor to be with you. Nineteen years ago, on this day, at this very hour, on this field, 40 brave men and women triumphed over terror and gave their lives in defense of our nation. Their names and their stories are forever inscribed on the eternal roll call of American heroes. Today, we pay tribute to their sacrifice, and we mourn deeply for the nearly 3,000 precious and beautiful souls who were taken from us on September 11th, 2001. To the family members of Flight 93: Today, every heartbeat in America is wedded to yours. Your pain and anguish is the shared grief of our whole nation. The memory of your treasured loved ones will inspire America for all time to come. The heroes of Flight 93 are an everlasting reminder that no matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up, stand tall, and fight back. To every 9/11 member all across this nation: The First Lady and I come to this hallowed ground deeply aware that we cannot fill the void in your heart or erase the terrible sorrow of this day. The agony renewed, the nightmare relived, the wounds reopened, the last treasured words played over and over again in your minds. But while we cannot erase your pain, we can help to shoulder your burden. We promise that unwavering love that you so want and need, support, devotion — and the very special devotion — of all Americans. On that September morning, when America was under attack, the battle turned in the skies above this field. Soon after taking off from Newark, New Jersey, radical Islamic terrorists seized control of United 93. Other hijacked planes struck the North Tower of the World Trade Center, and then the South Tower, and then the Pentagon. The terrorists on Flight 93 had a fourth target in mind. It was called: our nation’s capital. They were just 20 minutes away from reaching their sinister objective. The only thing that stood between the enemy and a deadly strike at the heart of American democracy was the courage and resolve of 40 men and women — the amazing passengers and crew of Flight 93. Donald and Jean Peterson were grandparents traveling to vacation in California. Deora Bodley was a student headed back to college. Richard Guadagno was returning from celebrating his grandmother’s 100th birthday. Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas was three months pregnant with her first child. Every passenger and crewmember on the plane had a life filled with love and joy, friends and family, radiant hopes and limitless dreams. When the plane was hijacked, they called their families and learned that America was also under attack. Then they faced the most fateful moment of their lives. Through the heartache and the tears, they prayed to God, they placed their last calls home, they whispered the immortal words, “I love you.” Today, those words ring out across these sacred grounds, and they shine down on us from Heaven above. When terrorists raced to destroy the seat of our democracy, the 40 of Flight 93 did the most American of things: They took a vote, and then they acted. Together, they charged the cockpit, they confronted the pure evil, and in their last act on this Earth, they saved our capital. In this Pennsylvania field, the 40 intrepid souls of Flight 93 died as true heroes. Their momentous deeds will outlive us all. In the days and weeks after 9/11, citizens of all faiths, backgrounds, colors, and creeds came together, prayed together, mourned together, and rebuilt together. The song “God Bless America” became a rallying cry for the nation. We were united by our conviction that America was the world’s most exceptional country, blessed with the most incredible heroes, and that this was a land worth defending with our very last breath. It was a unity based on love for our families, care for our neighbors, loyalty to our fellow citizens, pride in our great flag, gratitude for our police and first responders, faith in God, and a refusal to bend our will to the depraved forces of violence, intimidation, oppression, and evil. In New York, Arlington, and Shanksville, people raced into the suffocating smoke and rubble. At Ground Zero, the world witnessed the miracle of American courage and sacrifice. As ash rained down, police officers, first responders, and firefighters ran into the fires of hell. On that day, more than 400 first responders gave their lives, including 23 New York City police officers, 37 Port Authority workers, and 343 New York City firefighters. Today, we honor their extraordinary sacrifice and every first responder who keeps America safe. With us today is David DeMato, a retired Chicago police officer and a current officer of the Navy Reserves. On 9/11, he drove from Chicago to Ground Zero. As David says, “While the sights and smells of working at Ground Zero will forever be etched in my mind, what is more profound is the way this country came together afterwards. The police officers and firemen were revered as the heroes they truly are; the military was appreciated in a manner not seen in decades; and common people found new meaning in values like friendship, kindness, and selflessness.” Thank you, David. Such beautiful words. And thank you to every member of law enforcement who risks their lives to ensure our safety and uphold our peace. This morning, we also remember the 183 people who were killed in the attack on the Pentagon and the remarkable service members who crawled straight through the raging blaze to rescue their comrades. We express our undying loyalty to the nearly 6 million young men and women who have enlisted in the United States armed forces since September 11th, 2001. More than 7,000 military heroes have laid down their lives since 9/11 to preserve our freedom. No words can express the summit of their glory or the infinite depth of our gratitude. But we will strive every single day to repay our immeasurable debt and prove worthy of their supreme sacrifice. America will never relent in pursuing terrorists that threaten our people. Less than one year ago, American warriors took out the savage killer and leader of ISIS, Al-Baghdadi. Soon after, our warriors ended the brutal reign of the Iranian butcher who murdered thousands of American service members. The world’s top terrorist, Qasem Soleimani, is dead. Here in Shanksville, this community locked arms and hearts in the wake of tragedy. With us today is Chuck Wagner, a heavy equipment operator who lives just a few miles away. Very soon after the attack, Chuck helped search for the black box. He was so changed by what he experienced that he joined with several members of his church to become what they call “Ambassadors” for the 40 men and women on Flight 93. Chuck and his neighbors learned about each person, cared for their families, and each day, rain or shine, they took shifts standing vigil over their final resting place. Long before this place was a national memorial, back when it was marked by a simple wooden cross, Chuck and his fellow Ambassadors were always here waiting to tell visitors about those we lost. Nineteen years later, Chuck says his life is devoted to three things: his family, his church, and preserving the memory of the men and women of Flight 93. To Chuck, his wife Jayne — (applause) — thank you very much. Thank you very much. To Chuck and his wife Jayne, thank you so much for being here. And to the over 40 Ambassadors with us today, please stand and receive America’s thanks. And this is a very deep thanks. Please. (Applause.) Thank you very much. Also with us is Marine veteran Jason Thomas, from Long Island. On September 11th, Jason had just retired from the Marines. But he immediately put back on his uniform and raced into the nightmare of ash and debris. At Ground Zero, he found a fellow Marine, Dave Karnes. Together, they began to call out: “United States Marines! United States Marines! If you can hear us, yell, tap. Do whatever you can do. We’re the United States Marines.” Soon they heard a shout for help. Two police officers were trapped beneath 20 feet of rubble. Jason and Dave dug for hours on end knowing that, at any moment, the wreckage could come down on them, crushing them alive. At one point, someone told Jason to stop. Jason replied, “I’m a Marine. I don’t go back. I go forward.” That day, Jason helped save the lives of those two officers. For years, Jason said nothing about what he did on 9/11. He did not even tell his five children. But when he saw the rescue recounted on TV, he decided to meet those officers. One of them gave him a gift: a steel cross made from a beam that Jason helped lift to free them from the hell on Earth. As Jason said about the cross, “It means a lot. It’s a symbol of what we are as Americans. Because that day, we all came together and stood as a nation, as Americans. It didn’t matter what race you were, what religion you were. It didn’t matter. We all came together to help one another. I’d die for this country. I’d die for this country.” Jason, thank you very much for bearing witness to the character of our nation. Jason, thank you very much. (Applause.) Thank you very much. Thank you, Jason. The men and women of Flight 93 were mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, husbands and wives. Nothing could have prepared them for the dreadful events of that morning. But when the moment came, when history called, they did not hesitate, they did not waver. Forty towering patriots rose up, took charge, made their stand, turned the tide, and changed the course of history forever. Our sacred task, our righteous duty, and our solemn pledge is to carry forward the noble legacy of the brave souls who gave their lives for us 19 years ago. In their memory, we resolve to stand united as one American nation, to defend our freedoms, to uphold our values, to love our neighbors, to cherish our country, to care for our communities, to honor our heroes, and to never, ever forget. Thank you. God bless you. God bless the heroes of Flight 93. God bless all of the families. 9/11 — we’ll never forget. God bless you all, and God bless America. Thank you very much. (Applause.) END 10:37 A.M. 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