US President Tells Untruth and He Does It Regularly, Senior Journalists Conclude

Fox News host Shephard Smith with two other senior journalists Jeff Masons, White House correspondent for Reuters News Agency and John Bussey, Associate Editor of Wall Street Journal demanded from President of the United States to tell the truth about his and his campaign relations with Russian government officials during Elections.

“We have a right to know,” Mr. Smith stressed. “You call us fake news and put us down like children for asking questions on behalf of the American people.”

“It’s crazy what we’re watching every day,” Smith said after Trump’s news conference. “It’s absolutely crazy. He keeps repeating ridiculous, throwaway lines that are not true at all and sort of avoiding this issue of Russia as if we’re some kind of fools for asking the question. Really? Your opposition was hacked and the Russians were responsible for it and your people were on the phone with Russia on the same day it was happening and we’re fools for asking the questions? No sir.”

“We are not fools for asking these questions, and we demand to know the answer to these questions. You owe this to the American people. Your supporters will support you with either way. If your people were on the phone, what were they saying?”, Mr. Smith stated.

We demand to know the answer to these questions. You owe this to the American people.

Mr. Smith, Mr. Masons and Mr. Bussey commented on the first press conference of Donald Trump after being elected President of the United States.

“The complaints for Fox, CNN, Wall Street Journal its all meant to deflect away from this issue. And when he is caught out with the falsehood once again repeating that he had the highest electoral count since Ronald Reagan is meant to deflect away from this issue. What is the issue? What relations his campaign and he had with Russia during the campaign?”And subsequent to that, why was the White House informed in the end of January about General Flynn’s conversations with Russia mentioning sanctions. Why was he fired only after press accurately reported it?”, Mr. Bussey said.

“We keep getting series of untrue things. And it seems that he yells at us for pointing out and call us names when we pointing out that the President of the United State have just told us another untrue thing.”, Shepherd Smith said.

Journalists noted that the most powerful person in the world denying facts and telling untruth is rather a new situation for media and most of American people.

“We sitting and going round and round about it is other worldly. I have no recollections in thirty years. I never recall anything like this”, Smith concluded.

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