TRUMP DID NOT ATTACK ANYONE, JUST PRODUCED THE FACTS OF THE EVIDENCE THAT HILLARY AND ALICIA HAD GROSSLY LIED. HILLARY IN FACT USING THESE LIES IN THE FIRST PRES DEBATE.
THERE ALSO IS A VIDEO ON MY PAGE THAT COMPLETELY EXONERATES OUR MAN TRUMP FROM THE ALLEGATIONS OF HILLARY AND ALICIA! HIS TWEETS WERE FACTS:
HILLARY CLINTON EXPOSED: THE TRUTH ABOUT MISS UNIVERSE ALICIA.
Hillary & Left Wing Supporters: Trump Railed Against Alicia’s Weight!
“I saved her job because they wanted to fire her for putting on so much weight,” Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on Wednesday night. “They know what they’re getting into — it’s a beauty contest. And I said don’t do that. Let her try and lose the weight.”
Hillary’s & Left Wing Supporters: Donald Trump Bashes Alicia Machado Again, Alleging a ‘Sex Tape’ (Without Evidence)
A sex-tape of Machado and a co-star on the Venezuelan reality show La Granja was released in 2005.
Hillary’ & Left Wing Supporters: Trump falsely alleges Alicia posed for play boy.
The former Miss Universe also appeared nude in Mexican Playboy in 2006 and 2012.
Hillary’ & Left Wing Supporters: Trump falsely alleges Alicia Participated In Murder Plot
When confronted by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper over allegations that she drove a getaway car from a 1998 murder scene, ALICIA Machado didn’t deny the charges, instead SAID: .””You know, I have my past,” she said. “Of course, everybody has a past. I’m not a saint girl.
“The judge in the case also said you threatened to kill him after he indicted your boyfriend for the attempted murder. I just want to give you a chance to address these reports that the Trump surrogates are talking about.”
Machado didn’t deny the accusation
and another fact check on stop and frisk:
In its decision in the 1968 case Terry vs. Ohio, the Supreme Court ruled 8-1 that an officer can legally stop a person if the officer has reasonable suspicion that criminal activity is afoot. And if the officer has a reasonable suspicion that this person is armed, he or she can legally frisk the person for weapons. Because of that reasonable suspicion standard, the court said these stops would be consistent with the Fourth Amendment, which protects against unreasonable search and seizure