Pence Calls Out Media for ‘Spending More Time Criticizing’ Trump Than Neo-Nazis

Vice President Mike Pence is a class act and continuously displays perfect loyalty to President Donald Trump. In this case, while on his South American trip, he takes the mainstream media to task for their single mindedness in trying to find and say anything that is the President. He calls them out on it and he says it to their faces. Since the violence between extremists factions in Charlottesville, Virginia, the press has done much to criticism or cast a poor light on the President. VP Pence makes a pointed remark as to what the real issue is and the fact that it is not being covered and reported by the media. It is great to watch a real leader at work. Thank you, Mr. Pence.

As Written By Kyle Drennen for Newsbusters:

After all three broadcast networks spent Sunday blaming President Trump for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, in an exclusive interview with NBC News aired on Monday’s Today show, Vice President Mike Pence took the liberal media to task for its biased coverage.

Talking to correspondent Peter Alexander during a trip to Central America on Sunday, Pence scolded the press: “I will tell you that I take issue with the fact that many in the media are spending more time criticizing how the President addressed the issue yesterday….many in the media have spent an awful lot of time focusing on what the President said and criticisms of what the President said, instead of criticizing those who brought that hatred and violence to the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia.”

Rather than discuss the purpose of Pence’s overseas travel, Alexander spent the entire exchange discussing what was wrong with the President’s response to the violence on Saturday……..


Pence Calls Out Media for ‘Spending More Time Criticizing’ Trump Than Neo-Nazis

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