Trump’s Explicit Language Nothing New for US Presidents
newsmax ^ | Jan 12, 2018 | Doug Wead
Posted on 01/12/2018 11:11:49 PM PST by Oshkalaboomboom
The national media is in an uproar over the president’s alleged comments about why we are promoting immigration from “s***hole countries” while shutting the door for so many immigrants from more advanced nations.
According to the media, there are two issues here. One is the president’s language, which they consider inappropriate. And second is the whole issue of who should get favored immigration advantages.
Ahem, let me offer a little perspective.
Having interviewed six presidents and hosted them in my home and traveled with them on Air Force One, and on commercial aircraft, and in private jets and car caravans and Winnebago’s, I can assure you that they all use that word. Including Ronald Reagan, who was otherwise a perfect gentleman.
As far as inappropriate moments in the White House are concerned, this moment by Donald Trump does not even rank.
John F. Kennedy, you will remember, asked his young staffer, Mimi Alford, to give his buddy, Dave Powers a blow job, in his presence. This, in the White House swimming pool. There is Bill Clinton and his dalliances with Lewinsky. Both stories are documented in my book “Game of Thorns.”
Five recent presidents used the N-word. Woodrow Wilson, Harry Truman, FDR, Richard Nixon, and Lyndon Baines Johnson. In fact, we could say six, because Barack Obama used the word publicly as well. By the way, five of those six presidents are liberal Democrats.
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