Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who was mayor during the horrific 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks that brought down the World Trade Center — the twin towers — and resulted in the tragic death of over 3,000 Americans, says that Donald Trump calling George W. Bush a liar over the matter is “absolutely wrong.”
Giuliani, appearing on FOX & Friends Wednesday morning, said that while he may turn out to be a supporter of Trump’s, perhaps even during the primary and even considers him a friend, his blame of President Bush for 9/11 is way out of bounds.
“What he said about President Bush is absolutely wrong,” Giuliani argued.
“I want to tell you. They lied,” Donald Trump said at the ninth GOP debate Saturday night. “They said there were weapons of mass destruction, there were none. And they knew there were none. There were no weapons of mass destruction,” he shouted.
Then on Sunday, Trump told Chuck Todd on NBC’s Meet the Press, that he “didn’t call anyone a liar.”
On Tuesday, Trump flipped again, saying that he didn’t “know if he lied or not,” to George Stephanopoulos of ABC’s Good Morning America.
“I don’t know if he lied or not. I just know that there are no weapons of mass destruction,” Trump said.
However, there is the inconvenient truth that there is irrefutable evidence that Saddam Hussein used WMD’s on his own people, that WMD’s were actually found in Iraq and that even the very liberal New York Times admits it, an issue the media hasn’t had the willingness to challenge the bombastic billionaire and reality TV actor about.
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