Washington Post Changes Story on Trump Firing Major General [Video]

It seems that ever day since November 8th the mainstream media is trying to stir the pot of contention with President-elect Donald Trump. Everything ranging from a Russian Dossier to what color suit he wears, they do anything and everything they can to toss out speculation and lies and Mr. Trump. This next story surfaced last week striking panic in to conservatives around the nation. Read more below.

As Written By Warner Todd Hutson for Breitbart:

Fake News: Wash Post Changes Story on Trump ‘Firing’ D.C. Nat’l Guard General.

The Washington Post wrote on Friday that President-elect Donald J. Trump “fired” the commanding General of the D.C. National Guard who is heading up the military presence during the coming inaugural event — in the middle of the oath of office ceremony. Yet a second story on Saturday did not contain the claim.

The Post’s original report set off a wave of stories across the world, causing raised eyebrows over Trump’s “extremely unusual” decision to fire a general in the middle of the presidential oath of office ceremony, especially during these dangerous times.

The paper reported that Major General Errol R. Schwartz, who has commanded the D.C. National Guard since his appointment to the position by George W. Bush, was told to vacate his office the moment Trump says his “I dos” to the oath of office. The decision was presented to readers as unfathomable, if not dangerous, by a president who doesn’t know what he is doing.

In an interview, General Schwartz told the paper that his firing was …..

FULL STORY CONTINUES HERE:

Fake News: Wash Post Changes Story on Trump ‘Firing’ D.C. Nat’l Guard General – Breitbart

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