President Donald Trump has been on a roll lately.
He announced a major new trade deal with Japan, and China is starting to blink in a tariffs war with America.
So Trump’s enemies are now doing what they do best.
They can’t attack his policies — so they’re lobbing nasty personal insults instead.
Trump actually had to take to Twitter yesterday to shut down rumors, started by liberals, that his Trump National Doral Miami resort is infested with bedbugs.
No bedbugs at Doral. The Radical Left Democrats, upon hearing that the perfectly located (for the next G-7) Doral National MIAMI was under consideration for the next G-7, spread that false and nasty rumor. Not nice!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 27, 2019
The bedbugs talk was started by online Trump-hating trolls, who are trying to shut down any chance of the Miami property hosting next year’s G-7 summit.
Before long, #trumpbedbugs was trending on Twitter.
And, of course, the attempt to paint Trump National Doral Miami as some unsanitary flop-house is ridiculous.
Literally any hotel can get bedbugs — travelers themselves can bring them onto the property.
But the Miami resort has won numerous awards and Forbes Travel Guide calls it, “nothing less than spectacular.”
And while Trump’s enemies accused him of being too defensive over the bedbugs talk, they quickly showed their hypocrisy… as they tend to do.
Earlier this week, Trump critic Bret Stephens of the New York Times reacted angrily to a university professor calling him a bedbug in a separate incident. Stephens appeared to even challenge the man to a fight.
That’s something Trump noticed — and he made sure he got the last word.
A made up Radical Left Story about Doral bedbugs, but Bret Stephens is loaded up with them! Been calling me wrong for years, along with the few remaining Never Trumpers – All Losers! https://t.co/KlzzMC40Vt
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 28, 2019
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