By Jon Miller 

The joint press conference with Vladimir Putin has sent the Left into a tailspin. Leftists and Democrats are simply furious that he equivocated when asked about whether Russia meddled in the 2016 election. Instead, they would have preferred the president brashly accuse Putin of lying in front of the world, despite the fact that our relationship with the nuclear power is already extremely fragile. Here is Trump’s answer to a reporter's question that has the Left in such a disproportionate rage. Partisan hack John Brennan says, “It was nothing short of treasonous,” proving he does not know what the word “treasonous” actually means. And despite having no evidence, Nancy Pelosi says the press conference proved “Russians have something on the president.” It would have been possible to have a more reasonable discussion with leftists over whether Trump gave the best answer to that question if their reaction wasn’t so hyperbolic and inflammatory.

Reference to NYTimes Cartoon 3:00 min in.


Rule number one of the Liberal Media Rule Book is “There are no rules on what is an acceptable way to criticize Donald Trump,” which would explain the disgusting New York Times cartoon we showed you yesterday that depicts Trump and Putin as gay lovers. The media’s general lack of regard for their own principles might have worked for the last two years, but now it’s time to sit back and watch as their double standards backfire and the liberal elites self-implode.


On Tucker Carlson’s show, NYU professor and Russian history expert Stephen Cohen put the Left’s frenzy into perspective: “The reaction by the media and the Democrats is like mob violence … This is more about us than it is about Russia. It’s dangerous to not allow the president to keep us safe,” he said. Watch his interview HERE.