Anti-Trump media takes president out of context to incorrectly claim he called illegal immigrants 'animals'
Thursday, 17 May 2018 () President Trump referred to dangerous MS-13 gang members as “animals” on Wednesday and anti-Trump media organizations conveniently took his comments out of context to make it appear that he was talking about illegal immigrants.
Last week, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly took a lot of media flak for suggesting that the majority of illegal immigrants are creating an assimilation... Mediaite - EntertainmentAlso reported by •PolitiFact •FOXNews.com
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