Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley has hit the national scene and using her 15 minutes of fame to defame Pres. Trump and show her constituents and the rest of the country she is not one you want to sit down to share a cup of coffee or be best friends with.
Whaley has the same hate as the Puerto Rico (PR) Mayor. Remember that, jewel? She was on CNN 27 hours a day trying to slam Pres. Trump for not helping out the country enough. Americans saw the PR mayor as a liar, and now her name is not even mentioned or is she called upon for her views. The same will happen with Whaley in a few weeks.
I do have a question for you. Don’t you find it funny that Whaley can quickly call Trump out of his name and associate him with white supremacy, but she ran to the tarmac to meet him? Would you run to meet someone you claimed was racist or spread division?
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On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley reacted to President Trump’s statements about her and Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) by stating that the president “is a bully and a coward.”
Whaley: “I’ve known and watched President Trump’s Twitter feed for a while. He is a bully and a coward. And it’s fine that he wants to bully me and Senator Brown. We’re okay. We can take it. But the citizens of Dayton deserve action. And we’re just hoping that this isn’t just a typical politician that’s all talk and no action. We want to see, and the citizens of Dayton want to see him do something around some common sense gun legislation.”
Whaley in aggressive/passive way told Cooper that Trump “did have a good rapport with the victims, we said that, and the first responders were grateful.”
That had to be thrown in there so if she was called out for this ridiculous slam on Pres. Trump, she could say, “Well, I did say something good about him.”
They are following the playbook. The more the public knows about their dem playbook with methods and reasoning, the more dem votes will leave to vote for Trump. In this case, like El Paso, the truth will set the elections free!
Watch above, via CNN.
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