ABC's Muir Left Speechless After Trump Brings Up March for Life

Casey Mills
January 28, 2017

The kid was totally wet behind the ears, a regular sponge job. "Your network, they tried to demean the speech".

Using the same social media medium often utilized by Trump, ABC News announced Trump's aggressive plans to move forward with the wall in the early stages of his presidency. Muir explained that he had and that he had called the author of the Pew study the night before, who explained that they found no evidence of voter fraud.

The president responded by making it clear that the US government will pay for the wall at first, but that Mexico will reimburse the a later date. "Will American taxpayers pay for the wall?"

The American leader who's already waged war on women, Hispanics, Native Americans, and Muslims in his first short week demonstrated that his beliefs are rooted in lies, greed, and the "public perception" that his cabinet peddles to him.

Asked about his tweet in which he said he would "send in the Feds", Trump replied, "I will send in what we have to send in". Despite talking about how he has "a big heart", he refused to provide reassurance of their status, saying only, "I'm going to tell you over the next four weeks".

The numbers are a marked improvement for ABC over the usual performance of the slot, which is now home to new episodes of the Alec Baldwin-hosted "Match Game", averaging a 1.1 in the demo and 4.2 million viewers.

Mexican Government: President Trump, Peña Nieto Won't Speak About Border Wall Payment
Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday authorizing construction of the wall, which he has insisted Mexico will pay for. In response, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said: "We'll look for a date to schedule something in the future.

The Women's March on Washington attracted a tightly packed crowd of half a million.

"President Trump: The First Interview" with David Muir will air Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. Instead, ABC News has beaten him to the punch.

If I had to sum up President Trump (and all that he has done in the six days he's been in office), it would take me only two words: Appearances matter. "We know there were more than a million people who turned out, and you are their president now too".

You're going to have a lot of people coming on Friday. And we will be in a form reimbursed by Mexico which I will say ... But I was told.

Trump said he will launch an investigation into alleged voter fraud following his unsubstantiated claims that millions of people illegally cast ballots during the 2016 election. "Pro-life people. And they say the press doesn't cover them", he said. Some people said it will be larger.

There are other contenders. They're registered in a NY and a New Jersey. Trump was there to seemingly make nice with the agency and offer his full support and appreciation. Trump was standing on the spot first used by Ronald Reagan 20 years later. "How can you have more?". "Look how far back it goes!" he exulted. But he spent the rest of the interview displaying all the same traits he displayed as a presidential candidate. We only hope Mme. But who will pay for her conversion? The hour-long exchange with reporter David Muir touched on a wide range of topics, from the president's insistence that torturing people for information is both effective and acceptable to lengthy complaints about how the new commander in chief believes he has been treated by the news media.

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