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Trump’s 7th post-election lie: size of inaugural crowd


Shortly after his January 20, 2017 inauguration, Donald “Trumporleone Trump went on a rant by attacking the press on the size of the inaugural crowd. Several reputable organizations estimated that the crowd of Trumpilians was around 250,000 compared to the estimated 500,000 anti-Trump 500,000 protesters who showed up the next day.


The Don then told the press the following bald faced lie.

  • I get up this morning and I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field.” Trump said.
  • I looked out, it looked like a million, a million and a half people.”
  • “They showed a field where there was practically no one standing there.”
  • And they said, “Donald Trump did not draw well.”

An anonymous spokesperson acting on behalf of The Don reported that he made the following statement based on what he heard “on the grapevine” shortly after commenting on the dishonest media.

  • “Those were fake photos (images) were taken by a fake photographer that is employed by a fake news organization.”

Lying about the size of his inaugural crowd merely proves that The Don is willing to lie about anything despite it being irrelevant and insignificant.


What’s next for Don the Lifelong Liar? Will he claim that along with Wilt Chamberlain, he’s the only person to have ever scored more than 100 points in a basketball game and did so while attending the New York Military Academy in Cornwall, New York.


What will The Don say when the press discovers there’s no records the New York Military Academy to support his 100-point claim? He’ll likely appear on the Sean Hannity Comedy Show and proclaim:

  • “I heard through the grapevine that Obama ordered the CIA to destroy them because he couldn’t live with the thought that an African-American had to share the 100-point record with a Caucasian.

For additional post-election Don lies go to the articles categorized below


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