NYT’s Latest Smear Totally Debunked

The NYT should use a new line before every story they publish, “Any resemblance of truth, living or dead is purely coincidental”.

The NYT claims that President Trump called Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to introduce him to AG Bill Barr. The Times claimed the call proved the extent to which Mr. Trump sees the attorney general as a critical partner. They claimed he was trying to debunk the Mueller probe. Yeah, like that hoax needs to be debunked. But, the truth is Morrison already knew Barr and in fact sent him a letter in May promising their full cooperation.


From The Gateway Pundit

The New York Times went on to say, “[T]he discussion with Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia shows the extent to which Mr. Trump sees the attorney general as a critical partner in his goal to show that the Mueller investigation had corrupt and partisan origins, and the extent that Mr. Trump sees the Justice Department inquiry as a potential way to gain leverage over America’s closest allies.”

A letter from Australian Ambassador Joe Hockey written to Attorney General Bill Barr back in May of this year destroys the latest New York Times smear job on President Trump.

The Australian Ambassador back in May acknowledged that President Trump announced that Bill Barr will be conducting an investigation into the origins of Spygate and offered Barr assistance.

Mr. Hockey, in a May 28 letter to Bill Barr said: “The Australian government will use its best endeavors to support your efforts in this matter. While Australia’s former High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, The Hon. Alexander Downer, is no longer employed by the Government, we stand ready to provide you with all relevant information to support your inquiries..”

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