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Sanders Is Sick of Fake News: Posts Audio of Trump’s Actual Conversation With WSJ

While the audio is controversial, the White House has made it very clear where they stand on the issue.

President Trump’s Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has been unleashed over the constant blistering criticism of the media dismissing “fake news.”

President Donald Trump claimed he has built a positive relationship with North Korea’s leader despite the mutual public insults.

He even stated he would be open to diplomacy following months of growing tension over Pyongyang’s nuclear-weapons program.

The Wall Street Journal put together the interview with President Trump. All the while, North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un was brought into attention. The WSJ deciphered the audio of President Trump quoting “I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un.” However, Trump denies this completely and claims that he said, “I’d probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un,” instead of “I.”

From ijr:

The Wall Street Journal pushed back and claimed that it “stands by what it reported.” Well now, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is weighing in and she has audio.

Sanders first posted a graphic slamming the newspaper:

Then she followed it up by providing the raw audio from the interview saying, “Here is the official audio showing WSJ misquoting @POTUS”

Listen:

The Wall Street Journal also posted the audio, however, they still stood by their original report:

Many were quick to call them out, saying they heard Trump say “I’d” in their audio after listening several times:


While the audio is controversial, the White House has made it very clear where they stand on the issue.

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