Now more than ever I think Mr. Trump’s online coverage is unprecedented.

In the past few days I read an online article that quickly disappeared in which Mr. Cain, a former Republican Nominee for president, said Mr. Trump is not a racist; the white candidate who won the 2012 Republican primaries, governor Romney, keeps being reported as having said Mr. Trump will produce trickle down racism if he becomes president.

And today for the umpteenth time since Sunday June 13, 2006 someone again mocked the man called the presumptive Republican candidate for president by quoting only the first half part of his Sunday Tweet: “Appreciate the congrats on being right on radical Islamic terrorism” which numerous media reports and headers highlighted by excluding the second part of the tweet statement with its “I don’t want congrats” to make it seem that all Mr. Trump wanted were compliments:

“Appreciate the congrats on being right on radical Islamic terrorism I don’t want congrats, I want toughness & vigilance. We must be smart!”

This selective reporting recalls the months of articles implying that  Mr. Trump wanted to keep all Mexicans immigrants out of the U.S.A.

 

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