Donald Trump committed perjury. Caught red little-handed

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Sep 23, 2016 10:44 PM GMT Trump committed perjury. Or he looked into the faces of the Republican faithful and knowingly lied. There is no third option.

    It has become an accepted reality of this presidential campaign that Trump spins a near-endless series of falsehoods. For months, the media has struggled with this unprecedented situation—a candidate who, unlike other politicians who stretch the truth, simply creates his own reality. Trumps regularly peddles “facts” that aren’t true, describes events that never happened or denies engaging in actions that everyone saw him do. He utters his falsehoods so fast that before reporters have the chance to correct one, he has tossed out five or six more.

    This time, it is different. Trump can’t skip past his perfidy here. There are two records—one, a previously undisclosed deposition of the Republican nominee testifying under oath, and the second a transcript/video of a Republican presidential debate. In them, Trump tells contradictory versions of the same story with the clashing accounts tailored to provide what he wanted people to believe when he was speaking.

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Sep 23, 2016 10:49 PM GMT
    Listen to tRump say @ ~ 0:49 "totally false". He's totally lying.

    regardless, here's his deposition contradicted by his taped debate:

    A lawyer asked Trump, “Did you yourself do anything to obtain any of the details with respect to the Florida gaming environment, what approvals were needed and so forth?”

    Trump: A little bit.

    Lawyer: What did you do?

    Trump: I actually spoke with Governor-elect Bush; I had a big fundraiser for Governor-elect Bush…and I think it was his most successful fundraiser, the most successful that he had had up until that point, that was in Trump Tower in New York on Fifth Avenue.

    Lawyer: When was that?

    Trump: Sometime prior to his election.

    Lawyer: You knew that Governor Bush, Jeb Bush at that time, was opposed to expansion of gaming in Florida, didn't you?

    Trump: I thought that he could be convinced otherwise.

    Lawyer: But you didn't change his mind about his anti-gaming stance, did you?

    Trump: Well, I never really had that much of an opportunity because Fields resigned, telling me you could never get what we wanted done, only to do it for another company.