Millions of patriots were furious last night when they noticed that moderator Lester Holt had rigged the debate in Hillary Clinton’s favor by being much harder on Donald Trump. After the debate, however, this came back to bite Holt in a big way.
In one of the most memorably contentious exchanges in the debate, Holt accused Trump of supporting the Iraq War from the beginning, though the GOP presidential nominee denied this. Instead of asking Clinton if she voted for the war, Holt continued to press Trump by claiming that he expressed support for the war in an interview with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto.
After the debate, however, Cavuto aired the interview in question, and it quickly became clear that Trump did indeed have his reservations about the war.
“You know, what happened to the days of Douglas MacArthur? I mean he would go in and attack. He wouldn’t talk. I mean we have to, you know, it’s sort of like either do it or don’t do it,” Trump said, according to Conservative Tribune.
“Well, he’s (Bush) either got to do something or not do something perhaps. Because perhaps he shouldn’t be doing it yet. Perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations. You know, he’s under a lot of pressure,” Trump added, clearly unsure if invading Iraq was the right choice.
You can watch more of the interview here:
Instead of hammering Trump for allegedly “supporting” the war, Holt should have asked Clinton why she VOTED in favor of the war.
Last night’s debate proved that Trump has been right all along in claiming that the mainstream media has rigged this election against him. What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.