Donald Trump said three words that drove the fake news media crazy
The fake news media hates Donald Trump.
That is a given.
But in one speech Donald Trump said three words that made the media lose their minds.
Trump spoke on the morning of the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
He delivered his remarks in Shanksville, Pennsylvania where the heroic passengers of Flight 93 stopped Islamic terrorists from crashing a plane into the Capitol.
Trump hailed their heroism and paid tribute to all the Americans who lost their lives on 9/11 and in the years since.
And he specifically called out “radical Islamic terrorism.”
President Trump specifically calls out "radical Islamic terrorism" in 9/11 speech.
"Nearly 7,000 service members have died facing down the menace of radical Islamic terrorism."
If you don't understand why this is very significant to millions in America – you still don't get Trump pic.twitter.com/k7l7lc4Xh5
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 11, 2018
Liberal media outlets pitched a fit.
Politico ran an article with a headline about how Mike Pence used the term while speaking at the Pentagon.
They actually consider it news that the President and Vice President name America’s enemy.
The media loved politically correct liberals like Barack Obama who pretended radical Islamic terrorism was not America’s enemy.
That led to eight years of weakness and failed foreign policy.