You probably won’t be shocked to find out that Donald Trump is on the New York Times’ hit list.
The Times published a story about Trump and his interaction with women; the point of the story was to paint him as a misogynist and an abuser of women. They’re gearing up for a series of stories about Bill Clinton and his women so they wanted to make sure their reporting was balanced. If you believe the second sentence, I’ve got some swamp land outside of Phoenix you’d just love.
The story paints Trump as a guy who likes to surround himself with beautiful women and it leads with a story about a woman named Rowanne Brewer Lane, who came to a Trump party and Donald asked her to put on a swim suit. The Times story paints the encounter as debasing and degrading to Ms. Lane.
It turns out they got the story wrong.
They had the facts, but they just didn’t bother printing them. Here’s Rowanne with her story:
“They spun it to where it appeared negative. I did not have a negative experience with Donald Trump, and I don’t appreciate them making it look like that I was saying that it was a negative experience because it was not. Yes, and he was never — he never made me feel like I was being demeaned in any way. He never offended me in any way. He was very gracious. I saw him around all types of people, all types of women. He was very kind, thoughtful, generous, you know. He was a gentleman.”
I doubt anybody ever accused Bill Clinton of being a gentleman. Or Hillary of being a lady for that matter.
Don’t expect the Times to back down from their reporting. After all, they’re a wholly owned subsidiary of the Clinton Crime Machine.