President Trump’s daughter-in-law is fed up with the fake news media’s coverage of the White House, so she went live on Facebook Sunday to bring a “real news” show to Trump supporters.
BuzzFeed first reported on the show, which launched when Lara Trump, wife to Eric Trump, posted from Trump’s Facebook: “Want to know what President Trump did this week? Watch here for the REAL news!”
The video opens with Lara introducing the weekly news show.
“I bet you haven’t heard about all the accomplishments the president had this week because there’s so much fake news out there,” she said at the beginning of the video. “We want to give a glimpse into his week.”
Naturally, the ensuing program focused on Trump-centric topics such as his donating his salary and the growing economy. Lara refrained from covering the president’s banning of transgenders from the military and failed Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare.
Lara Trump has been a valuable field soldier for Trump, demonstrating her effectiveness in rallying supporters throughout his campaign and getting hired by the digital company that operated the entire process.
“The president also met with some incredible veterans this week in Ohio, giving his thanks to them for their service to our country. Likewise, the vice president visited Walter Reed Hospital, where he sat down and talked to so many wounded soldiers who have put their lives on the line for all of us,” Lara said on the show. “We’re going to bring you nothing but the facts — stay tuned,” she said.
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