The document has not been verified, was "read by an American official." Nothing has been confirmed so the Times jumped right on it without checking facts.
Mr. Trump allegedly said, "I faced great pressure because of Russia. That's taken off." He then added, "I'm not under investigation."
The White House document that supposedly contained President Trump's comments was, according to The Times, "based on notes taken from inside the Oval Office and has been circulated as the official account of the meeting."
The irony in this is the abject indifference to the leaking of the document itself, which is illegal and seditious.
Wanting a president to fail, any president, is wanting the country to go down the wrong path, to fail just to selfishly appease the egos of the haters.
The New York Times was never fair to conservatives, even though President Trump isn't actually a conservative. But any paper that tried to cast doubt about the guilt of Alger Hiss, an admitted spy, isn't going to treat any Republican fairly.
I just wish Mr. Trump would stop complaining about it and just fulfill his promises.
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