After ABC Got Caught Showing Kentucky Gun Range Footage as “Syrian Bombing,” Watch Trump Point to Reporter & Embarrass Him

President Trump’s White Press Conference just concluded but not before an explosive exchange between he and ABC Reporter Jonathan Karl.

The reporter started off by accusing Pres. Trump of giving the “green light” for Turkey to invade Syria. Pres. Trump immediately responded by calling out ABC for their lies.

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If you haven’t heard, ABC News got caught playing a video from a Kentucky gun range, and claiming it was a Syrian war-zone. Pres. Trump embarrassed this ABC reporter for even having the nerve to question him after his network’s lies. WATCH this video clip below then spread this everywhere.

“…when you ask a question like that, that’s very deceptive, Jon, it’s almost as deceptive as you showing all of the bombings taking place in Syria, and it turned out that the bombing that you showed on television took place in Kentucky. So, you know. And I’m not even sure that ABC apologized for that. But certainly, it was a terrible thing.”

This is the ABC News video Pres. Trump is referring to. How embarrassing. This is why people do not trust the mainstream media.

From Washington Examiner:

ABC News appears to have committed a grave error twice this week for which it has yet to issue a single on-air correction.

On Sunday, the network’s flagship evening news program, World News Tonight, aired footage that anchor Tom Llamas claimed showed the Turkish army bombing Kurdish civilians in northern Syria. The footage was actually from a nighttime machine gun demonstration at a gun range in Kentucky. The next day, Good Morning America aired the same footage, claiming again that it showed the fighting in Syria between the Turks and the Kurds.