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RUSH: Brian, that picture I sent you for the Dittocam, this is a… Folks, this is gonna be a fabulous example, and if you’re watching on the Dittocam and you’ll see it. If you don’t, if you’re not a member, you’re not watching the program on the Dittocam, we’ll put this on the website at RushLimbaugh.com.
Throw that photo up there. This is an ad. This is an ad that the Democrats are running. This ad… I know it’s being run in North Carolina. I don’t know where else it’s being run. Let me read this to you, for those who don’t have the Dittocam. It’s a World War I military picture with a bunch of troops standing behind a leader who is saluting.
“June 1918: 1,800 American servicemen gave their lives for the Free World. So fierce were the American Marines that their German foes called them ‘Devil Dogs.’ November 2018: Donald Trump mocked their graves and called them ‘losers’ and ‘suckers.’ His words, our heroes, your choice.”
Now, all of this… Donald Trump did not say that people buried an American military cemeteries are “loser” and “suckers.” This is a story that ran in a discredited magazine called The Atlantic, and the guy that wrote the story has yet to produce the sources. There are four of them. They remain anonymous. They will not come forth and confirm.
The writer of the story who’s also the editor of The Atlantic has acknowledged that they could be wrong. There is no truth to this, no truth to this whatsoever. It’s more than hearsay. It’s lies. There’s no proof that Trump said it. There are no recordings of him sawing it. There are 19 people that were with Trump when this was supposedly said, including John Bolton, and no one can remember Trump saying it.
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