President Trump expressed his condolences to his 36 million Twitter followers on Tuesday.
MSNBC’s Chris Jansing accused President Trump of not having basic humanity because he did not address the deaths of 10 navy sailors in a public forum. The only problem for Jansing is that Trump did indeed address their passing.
Jansing was interviewing MSNBC analyst Col. Jack H. Jacobs and asked Jacobs about Trump not addressing the tragedy at a campaign event in Arizona on Tuesday.
“I talk to a lot of people who are very concerned about the fact that he did not mention what had happened,” Jacobs told Jansing.
“Do you have to be a real politician, Jack, to know that when 10 people die in service to their country, that at least you acknowledge that in a public forum and express your solidarity, your sympathies to their families?” Jansing interjected. “That’s not about being a politician or not being experienced. I think it’s about basic humanity, isn’t it?”
The only problem for Jansing and Jacobs is that Trump did address the passing of the 10 navy sailors on Tuesday.
Trump tweeted the following message from his personal Twitter account, which has more than 36 million followers, on Tuesday:
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 22, 2017
Trump also retweeted the message from his POTUS Twitter account, which has 20 million followers.
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