According to CNN –
After Trump made a false claim twitter erupted and fact checked Trump with quickness.
And it all started when Donald Trump Used Fallen U.S. Soldiers To Cover His Lie
According to – Think Progress
There’s just one problem — American involvement in the Korean War ended in 1953. If we most generously assume that the parent of a future solider was 18 when their child was born, and that their child was 18 when he was killed on the last day of the war, that means a parent would have been 99 in 2016.
This is like the time Trump said he lost "hundreds" of friends on 9/11. Zero. He lost zero friends on 9/11. He attended zero 9/11 funerals.
Zero parents of fallen Korean War soldiers have spoken to Trump. Zero. https://t.co/d8msLHo1P0
— Lawrence O'Donnell (@Lawrence) June 14, 2018
Final thought –
To use fallen U.S. soldiers in a political event is a disgrace to all the men and women in any U.S. military uniform.
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