As Twitchy reported, the Washington Post and Pulitzer Prize winning reporter David Farentholdon Tuesday busted President Trump, exposing framed covers of Time Magazine at several of his golf clubs as novelty mock-ups, i.e., fake news.
Farenthold updated the story with a request from Time that the fake magazine covers be removed, and the Trump Organization seems to have complied. Employing the same dogged determination he applied to his award-winning look at Trump’s charitable giving, Farenthold again updated the story Thursday, noting that thesenior vice president of marketing and corporate communications for the Trump Organization had not responded to his follow-up questions.
— David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) June 29, 2017
No response to Question 2? Meaning that copies of the fake Time cover could be deceiving club guests this very day? It’s no wonder they’ve gone silent.
Visualizing workers taking down framed photos of Donald Trump and chucking them into a cardboard box somewhere has to be a tantalizing image for millions the inverse of watching those last framed photos disappear from the walls of the White House in mid-January. Until then, we can only wait for an official response or maybe some sly undercover work before democracy dies in the darkness of a storage closet.
This feels like something he saw on a boardwalk in Atlantic City and somehow thought would sell more crap to the rubes.
— Stoney Dad (@StoneyDad420) June 29, 2017
You're like Sherlock Holmes with his Baker Street Irregulars…lol
— chuckyou2 (@chuckyoutwo) June 29, 2017
Bet it was one of the kids working on "the brand." The three idiots are always coming up with ideas like "cheap hotels for Trump voters"
— Arabella Trefoil (@ArabellaTrefoil) June 29, 2017
Can you find out who was at the fundraiser last night. I really don't care what Eric got his Dad for father's day.
— Karen Clark (@Soapnexis) June 29, 2017
Trump is ridiculously vain and dishonest. I get it but aren't the Russia connection and the health care bill exponentially more important?
— Charles Hall (@SocSecBlog) June 29, 2017
David. I love your work but I do think your time is much better spent on more pressing investigations.
— Mike Hammer (@mikehammer) June 29, 2017
Be more off point with things people don't care about. Why not just cover Hillary's emails… how did that end?
— Wide Word of Sport (@widewordofsport) June 29, 2017