On Saturday President Trump held a rally in Florida in front of thousands of supporters.
Kristinn Taylor photo
During his speech President Trump referenced the situation in Sweden due to the tremendous influx of refugees.
The media immediately pounded on President Trump.
They ran attacks all day Sunday claiming Trump said there was a terrorist attack in Sweden.
Trump never said that.
It was all made up.
Here is what President Trump actually said, via Twitchy:
Of course, CNN led the charges against President Trump.
Trump's wording was weird, but you'd think CNN would be more careful than "Trump Claims Sweden Recently Attacked," esp w/ "fake news" charge pic.twitter.com/H1vMrbCfjL
— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) February 19, 2017
Anti-Trump host John Oliver also lashed out at President Trump.
I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/GxjmzG9a1F John Oliver DESTROYS TRUMP For Inventing Sweden Terrorist Attack
— BlubomR (@GabesDman) February 20, 2017
But it was all made up.
They misquoted Trump and ran hit pieces all day on the American president.