WaPo Still Goes to War After President Trump’s Speech

WaPo writers queued up to get a shot at President Donald Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress. The Washington Post is anything but a friend of Donald Trump and anyone that might be associated with him. That they took shots at the window, Carryn Owens. You must read their screed below.

As Written By Dan Gainor for Fox News:

President Donald Trump continues to shock the media — this time in incredibly positive ways. Tuesday night his speech to a joint session of Congress caused many in the media to sing his praises describing it as “extraordinary” and “presidential.”

The most amazing moment of the night came when Trump honored Carryn Owens, the widow of slain Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens. Her reaction will be the lasting image of the speech as she put her hands together and looked to heaven, crying. It’s a picture that should be on every newspaper front page Wednesday. The bipartisan applause went on and on, with Trump finally noting, off script, “And Ryan is looking down right now, you know that, and he is very happy because I think he just broke a record.”

It was heart-wrenching.

Richard Engel, NBC’s chief foreign correspondent, has been extremely critical of Trump. But he was positive about that emotional moment and defended the now-controversial raid. He said on Twitter, “Standing ovation for fallen seal from yemen raid.  Im told the raid did gather useful intel, had been in works before trump took office.”

That moment resonated across party lines. CNN replayed the entire clip with its epic applause for the family and the fallen hero. Anchor Anderson Cooper called it a “truly extraordinary moment.” Even CNN commentator and massive Trump……..

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Trump stuns media detractors with ‘extraordinary’ speech but Washington Post, others still go to war | Fox News

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