You’d think EVENTUALLY the corrupt “Mainstream Media” would learn…
I don’t even know what’s so “Mainstream” about them, which is why I always put that in quotes.
I guess lying all the time through your teeth is mainstream?
Is that why?
Well, here’s the latest.
So earlier today a 30 second teaser clip was posted about President Trump’s new interview with Piers Morgan.
I have to admit the clip is pretty incredible and definitely makes me want to watch the interview to see President Trump deal with this fool — yes I will be tuning in.
But here’s the kicker…
Everyone immediately started saying President Trump walked off the interview.
And you can see why, because they edited the 30 second teaser clip to make it look for sure like that’s what happened.
The WaPo was all to happy to run that headline:
And so was Aaron Rupar, whoever that is:
The only problem?
That’s apparently not how it happened at all.
Very deceptive video editing and then all the “Hate Trump” media ran with it.
I’m not going to say I’m a genius, but I will say this…
When I saw that 30 second clip, a few red flags went up for me.
I’m not a big Piers Morgan fan, but I have definitely found him to be better than most in the “MSM”.
So I was surprised when I saw this because it just didn’t seem to fit his normal M/O.
Turns out I was right because after all the MSM got hooked, the truth started to come out thanks to a secret audio recording that told the full story.
Check this out:
Of course Trump is no dummy, and he knows to always keep his own copy of every interview.
The full, unedited, raw copy.
So he can always fight back against deceptive and deceitful editing.
Isn’t it a real shame that someone like President Trump has to go to such lengths just to fight back against blatant lies?
An audio recording obtained by NBC News appears to show that former President Donald Trump’s highly publicized interview with Piers Morgan did not end with Trump storming off the set, as edited promotional video clips suggest.
Instead, according to the recording, which was provided by Trump’s spokesman, the two men thanked each other and laughed at the conclusion of the interview for Talk TV, a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.
Talk TV, which is set to debut Monday, teased the interview in a video summary — billed as “the most explosive interview of the year” — that is dramatized with cinematic music and portrays Trump as angry about the content of questions Morgan asked. The video and alleged walkout were reported in an article by the New York Post, which is also owned by News Corp.
“Turn the camera off,” Trump says at the close of the video clip as he appears to rise from his chair. “Very dishonest.”
But the audio of the end of the interview appears to tell a different story. The two men laughed and thanked each other, the recording shows. There are no signs of Trump storming off set.
“That was a great interview,” Morgan says in the audio at the end.
Trump agrees with a “yeah.”
“Thank you very much. I really appreciate it,” Morgan says.
That’s when Trump says “turn the camera off.” By then, the former president had already risen from his chair, according to his communications director, Taylor Budowich, who supplied the audio to NBC News.
Budowich alleged that the show’s producer’s deceptively edited the video by splicing the sound of Trump saying “turn the camera off” to make it falsely appear as if he made the statement while rising in anger.
As for Trump saying “very deceptive,” he made the comment after a frustrated Budowich called out Morgan for dragging out the interview and falsely and repeatedly stating he had one last question, only to ask more.
Trump had expected the interview to last 20 minutes, said Budowich, but it stretched on for more than an hour. Toward the end, Budowich called for the last question, but the audio appears to show that Morgan asked several more, including one related to “Celebrity Apprentice.”
“Is that the last question? You’ve said the ‘last question’ four times now,” Budowich told Morgan. “So I feel like you’re lying at this point.”
“I’m not lying,” Morgan said.
Morgan then asked more questions.
While the interview appeared tough as Morgan called Trump out for lying about the stolen election, his final question was a figurative softball — about the hole-in-one Trump recently boasted about shooting on a golf course.
“We have nothing to comment beyond the public information (i.e. the video clip and Piers’ column in the NY Post),” a News Corp spokesperson wrote in an email to NBC News. A producer for Morgan did not immediately return an email for comment.
Budowich blasted the company.
“This is a pathetic attempt to use President Trump as a way to revive the career of a failed television host,” Budowich told NBC News. “It is also another example of President Trump being right, as he told Piers Morgan that the host was dishonest to his face and Piers, for the first time in his life, didn’t disappoint.”