Another Washington Post Reporter Attacks President Trump Over Hospital Visit to Parkland School Shooting Victims

The Washington Post’s hatred of President Donald Trump is on full display this weekend as Post reporters attack Trump over his visit Friday night to Broward Health North Hospital where he and First Lady Melania visited with Parkland school shooting victims, their families and hospital staff. One reporter nastily wrote of Trump that he is a “president who can’t summon empathy and flees from grief”.

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania visit Parkland school shooting victim Madeline Wilford and her family, White House photos.

The White House blasted two Post reporters, Philip Rucker and Josh Dawsey, earlier Saturday for their attacks on Trump over his hospital visit.

Late Friday night yet another Post reporter, Nick Miroff, who covers national security and border/immigration issues, attacked Trump in very personal terms, writing on Twitter, “Devastating @jdawsey1 quick-sketch of a president who can’t summon empathy and flees from grief by lapsing into empty superlatives like “everyone is talking about it” Read to the kicker quote.”

Here are photos of President Trump failing to ‘summon empathy and fleeing from grief’ as the Post puts it.

Nick Miroff, Twitter avatar.

Josh Dawsey, Twitter avatar.

Philip Rucker, screen image.

I’m starting to detect a pattern in the male Post reporters’ bald hatred for President Trump.



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