Visitors can read the forum. Guests that login first, can add a comment.

Forum Home   New Thread

President Trump takes credit

Posted by: salesmoking on 9/16/2020 9:13 PM

Donald Trump has claimed that he supported “taking out” Syrian [url=]Online Cigarettes Store USA[/url]
president Bashar Assad following chemical weapons attacks but was his previous Defense Secretary James Mattis.

His claims on Fox & Friends on Tuesday appear to confirm [url=]Newport Cigarettes Shop[/url] reporting in journalist Bob Woodward’s 2018 book Fear: Trump in the White House, which the president had emphatically denied after its publication.

During White House briefing on 5 September 2018, the US president said that suggestions that he supported “the assassination" of president Assad were “never even discussed. ”

“Not at all. No, the book is fiction, ” he told reporters. “I heard [url=]Cheap Newport 100s cigarettes[/url] somewhere where they said the assassination of president Assad by the United States. Never even discussed. The book is total fiction, just like he wrote in the past about other presidents. ”

He added: “You look at what he said about president Bush, what he said about president Obama. Big, scandalous thing. Big – it lasts for about a day. No, that was never even contemplated, nor would it be contemplated. And it should not have been written about in the book. It’s just more fiction. The book is total fiction. ”

Two years later, he told Fox & Friends that he “would’ve rather taken him out. ”

“I had him all set, ” the president said. "Mattis didn’t want to do it. Mattis was a highly overrated general. ".

[url=]Online Cigarettes Store USA[/url]
[url=]Wholesale Newport And Marlborl Cigarettes USA[/url]

Topic: Example Topic 2

1 Comment
Added by aarti590

You can get the genuine repair service of Dell, Lenovo, MacBook, Sony, HP laptops etc. on a one click our professional technician reach at your door and solving your problem. you can contact with us directly our phone no.- +91-7217871051, 9891868324 for more information you can go through our website:
Add Comment:
Please login or register to add a comment or get notified when a comment is added.
1 person will be notified when a comment is added.
Would you like to be notified when a comment is added?
Please login or register first.


Placing pages into Public Folders allows anyone to view and interact with them.

About Us BlogFAQ Calendar Photo Gallery Media Center Store Donations Membership Support Contact Us

Latest Blog
There are no results.
Next Event
There are no upcoming calendar events.
Powered by liveSite Get your free site!