George Stephanopoulos, the former Clinton crony masquerading as a journalist, did his best to pick a fight with Donald Trump on Sunday.
The confrontation took place on ABC’s “This Week” when Stephanopoulos first attempted to poke the Republican presidential front-runner on Hillary Clinton‘s fictitious claim that the Islamic State is using videos of Trump to recruit new jihadists.
Stephanopoulos referenced a tweet Trump made where he called Clinton a liar for making the ISIS recruitment claim and asked Trump if he would like to take it back, as if he is the one who lied.
“Of course I’m standing by it. It was vetted. They went to the Washington Post. Fox News went out in great detail and looked for it and there’s no such video. They may make one up knowing the Clintons and knowing Hillary,” Trump said.
Stephanopoulos went on to accuse Trump of not producing evidence of Muslims celebrating in NJ on 9/11 and Putin complimenting the billionaire business mogul.
“George, I know you’re having a lot of fun this morning and so am I if you want to know the truth. The fact is, that we have a problem, George. You don’t have to admit it, because I know you want to be so politically correct all the time, you don’t have to admit it. But we have a problem and the problem is a very serious problem,” Trump said as he admonished Stephanopoulos and told him political correctness like his is costing lives because people who know of terrorist plots in advance wont turn anyone in.
“With attitudes like your attitude people won’t turn them in,” Trump scolded. “People are just going to go along. We have to solve a very serious problem, and if you don’t want to talk about it, or if you think it’s politically incorrect, that’s your problem not mine.
Watch both parts of the showdown below.
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