NO, Trump did not make fun of a reporter’s physical disability.

NO, Trump did not make fun of a reporter's physical disability. Although the media sure tried to make it look that way.

NO, Trump did not make fun of a reporter’s physical disability. Although the media sure tried to make it look that way.

NO, Trump did not make fun of a reporter’s physical disability. We’re going to finally set the record straight about this Fake News that President Donald Trump actually mocked reporter Serge Kovaleski’s (NY Times) disability. While I have to admit that this was a ‘good try’ by the Liberal media, and then almost every single Trump Hating Leftie, but it was debunked rather quickly.  Although that didn’t put a dent into the Left’s manipulation and social networking virality of it. The video clip that the media pushed and showed repeatedly looked quite bad by itself. BUT what many did not know was that this was not a targeted mocking by the President and he’s done it multiple times before about people who do NOT have any physical disability. Video clips showing Trump doing very similar ‘moves’ and ‘speech impersonation’ of other people started to make their way to social media but again, it did not stop the Left. Not even to this day.

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We’ll post 2 (Two) videos of compilations of Trump’s multiple impressions below. A pro-Trump, Catholic website has compiled video footage which appears to show that Trump has a very limited repertoire of impressions, which the site points to as “evidence” that he was NOT mocking the reporter’s disability.

 

Catholics 4 Trump posted four videos – one of which dates back to 2005 – in which Trump impersonates everyone from Senator Ted Cruz to The Donald himself with the same, flailing mannerisms and goofy speech.

 

At a February rally in South Carolina, Trump deployed the impression style to mock Cruz’s answer to a question about waterboarding that was posed during an earlier debate. With a panicked look on his face and his hands flapping about, Trump stammered “Oh, I don’t wanna talk about it!”

 

Trump also used the arm-thrashing act when making fun of himself during an interview with Larry King in 2005; when imitating a bank president in October; and when mocking an Army general at the same November speech in which he made the original Kovaleski comments. … We Welcome Your COMMENTS BELOW

 

VIDEO Proof No Mocking

 
 

VIDEO Courtesy of FoxNews


 
 

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