Peyton Manning Slams Jimmy Kimmel On His Own Show, Defends Trump Like A True Patriot

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Peyton Manning Slams Jimmy Kimmel On His Own Show, Defends Trump Like A True Patriot



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Retired NFL Player, Peyton Manning, lately showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live to defend his choice to play golf with President Trump. Expressing that it would have been “nearly un-American” to turn down the President.

It is coming a bad time for America if a quarterback needs to defend his choice to play golf with the president. The offer alone needs to be viewed as a huge respect to any American.

He continued, saying, “I heard Arnold Palmer say one time if the President of the United States ever asks you to play golf, you do it, it’s a no-brainer.”

 

“We had 30 golf carts behind us. Felt safe, but he was a great host. He loves sports. And we passed through a number of groups. He was very gracious. He took a picture with groups that we passed through.” Manning clarified.

In the middle of meeting, unmistakably Kimmel was trying to lure in Manning into offending President Trump, yet the football star did not.

Kimmel asked whether Trump cheated– a push to hint that he is a deceptive individual. Be that as it may, President Trump would not have to swindle Payton. He is an incredible golfer.

Kimmel’s consistent efforts to lure Manning into offending the President uncovers the the dependence the predominant press has on President Trump. Talking about President Trump is a simple approach to ensure appraisals, but offending the President alienates half of the people.

We can witness close consistency among the mainstream press assaulting President Trump. These hosts are compelled to discuss the President for views, but they are not permitted to say anything great in regards to him.

While this may help with ratings for the time being, the technique will at crash the credibility of such shows.

As President Trump keeps on accomplishing his promises, and as Americans keep on hearing the President represent himself in the best light possible, more Americans will come to his help. We can only hope that American citizens begin trusting our President more and more.

Take a look at the video below:

Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4_z3RlWozM

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OMG!! WTF!!: Rep. Ilhan Omar Tells CNN That She Doesn’t Know Why Her Anti-Israel Tweets Would Offend Jewish People

Rep. Ilhan Omar defended her anti-Israel sentiments on CNN on Thursday, saying that she doesn’t know why those comments would offend the Jewish-American community.

Omar famously tweeted in 2012 that “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.”

When asked about the tweet by CNN, Omar responded, “oh, that’s a really regrettable way of expressing that. I don’t know how my comments would be offensive to Jewish-Americans.”

Ilhan Omar    @IlhanMN
 

Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.

Omar added that her comments were “precisely addressing what was happening during the Gaza war,” and that she was “clearly” speaking about the way the “Israeli regime” was “conducting themselves in that war.” 

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“I don’t know how my comments would be offensive to Jewish-Americans.”
Oh?!

Without any follow-up or push back, CNN moved on to asking the accused antisemitic congresswoman about her opinions on Rep. Steve King and his “racist remarks.”

While her perceived antisemitism is given a pass — Rep. King is boldly branded without any hesitation.

King has repeatedly stated that he was taken out of context and disavowed white supremacy and all forms of hatred – while Omar stands behind her bigotry. Yet, only King is facing consequences and blow back.

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