The war on Trump is heating up now that the general election battle with Queen Hillary is moving onto center stage. It’s been clear for months that the Democratic party and larger establishment’s winning game plan was to smear the billionaire outsider as a woman abusing sexist of the worst type. The strategy was given a beta testing during the GOP primaries with the intent being to trap the Donald inside of the “inescapable box of sexism” because with Hillary it has always been about vagina politics which remains her iron clad argument for why she is entitled to be the next POTUS.

The establishment media has been busy providing the fodder for the daily news cycle on Trump’s alleged abuses which have ranged from the laughable to the absurd but considering that the average boobus Americanus still trusts the press unconditionally,  nobody ever calls bullshit. The Washington Post has commissioned a veritable anti-Trump division led by the pathetic old Bob Woodward who has been living off of his Watergate laurels for the past forty years and then there is the damned liberal New York Times. The ‘grey lady’ published a queen sized hit piece on Trump and women in the Sunday edition where the real estate mogul’s past was put under the microscope and a number of females with axes to grind were featured to prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that the presumptive GOP nominee was indeed a misogynist. But the story is already starting to come apart as former girlfriend has said that her comments were taken out of context and twisted.

According to Reuters ”Former Trump girlfriend rebuts NY Times story on history with women”:

A woman at the center of a New York Times piece detailing Republican Donald Trump’s history with women took issue with the story on Monday, saying she never had a negative experience with the billionaire and does not believe he ever mistreated women.

Rowanne Brewer Lane, a former model who dated Trump for several months starting in the late 1990s, said her words were mischaracterized in the Times article, which used dozens of interviews to show what it said was a pattern of unsettling personal behavior by the presidential candidate with women.

The Times story said Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for the Nov. 8 election, asked Lane to change into a bikini shortly after meeting her at a pool party at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. According to the article, he then introduced her to the crowd outside, saying, “That is a stunning Trump girl, isn’t it?”

On Monday, Lane told the same story in a series of television interviews but said she had been flattered by his comment.
“They spun it to where it appeared negative,” Lane said on Fox News. “I did not have a negative experience with Donald Trump.”
Lane said that during the time she and Trump were dating, he “never made me feel like I was being demeaned in any way.”

She also said she supports Trump’s presidential run.

The New York Times responded to Lane’s accusations by saying she was quoted “fairly, accurately and at length.”

It’s certain that some will be absolutely shocked to hear that the nation’s flagship newspaper is in the business of peddling lies but only those who haven’t been paying attention. There will be much time and effort spent on continuing to hammer the narrative that Trump is a chauvinist pig, especially with the rise of Hillary fueled feminism – there is even a freaking remake of Ghostbusters that features women – but millions are seeing through the facade of lies and demanding that something be done to save the country while there is still time.

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