Put this in the ever-growing bin of “news” stories that take literally everything the President says and tries to paint it in a negative light. According to HuffPo and Rawstory, the President may be trying to sabotage his own daughter’s efforts towards improving education.
I’m not a fan of the President in general as he is still proving to be too liberal, but the way he gets treated by leftist media is disgraceful. You can read the whole story if you like, but the headline and first couple of paragraphs should be enough for you to get the picture:
Playful teasing or passive-aggressive sabotage? Maybe Ivanka Trump’s face gives it away.
The two Trumps participated in a round table in Iowa, where Ivanka touted newly passed legislation she pushed: the Perkins Career and Technical Education Act.
The bill reauthorizes an existing incentive for career technical colleges that teach skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM, according to Raw Story.
However, that didn’t stop Donald Trump from joking: “Maybe I’ll veto it.”
No, the President is not going to veto the legislation his daughter pushed. If anything, Trump has demonstrated too much protection for his family. He’s not going to stab his eldest daughter in the back on this one. And no, it’s not the President being passive-aggressive. It was a joke. Nothing more.
As for the claim that things got “awkward,” their proof is an image of Ivanka taken shortly after the exchange. Her expression is allegedly a sign that she was dismayed by her father’s joke. What do you think?
— Steve Herman (@W7VOA) July 26, 2018
Serious journalists on the right and left have real complaints about this administration. Unfortunately, those complaints get lost when liberal “journalists” continuously make nothing out of nothing. They crowd the space with their nothing and prevent actual progress from being made with the President and for the country.
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