Erm, well, Trump does have a point here

She also cited Lewandowski saying of her in an interview on MSNBC: “This is the same person, I’ll just tell ya, who came to the office on multiple occasions trying to get a job from the Trump campaign, and when she wasn’t hired clearly she went off and was upset by that.”

The result, Jacobus says, is that her career as a television pundit has virtually ended and she has been subject to constant online harassment from Trump supporters.

In particular, she says that Lewandowski claimed to her that his candidate had particular influence with cable news organizations, especially Fox News.

Because if you’re not getting on TV after crossing Trump then perhaps Trump does have some influence on who gets on TV?

Whether that should be true is obviously different from whether that is true……

2 thoughts on “Erm, well, Trump does have a point here”

  1. The Inimitable Steve

    Jacobus said she had met with the campaign in 2015 about a potential job as communications director after a staffer approached her. After two meetings, she ended the conversation, deciding that she had no interest in a position after deciding Lewandowski was “unprofessional” and “a powder keg”.

    Sure she did. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    However, after she criticized Trump on television months later, the candidate started tweeting about her, saying “Great job on @donlemon tonight @kayleighmcenany @cherijacobus begged us for a job. We said no and she went hostile. A real dummy! @CNN.”

    Halp! Police! $4m defamation!

    The lawsuit filed by the female pundit represents just one in a series of controversies for the Trump campaign and Lewandowski. It comes only days after the Trump campaign manager found out that he would not face criminal charges for allegedly battering a female reporter, Michelle Fields, formerly of Breitbart News.

    What a strange and queefily Guardian way of putting it.

    Here’s how a man, as opposed to a bearded eunuch named Ben Jacobs, would write:

    In what non-Mongoloids will notice is highly suspicious timing, the Trumped-up lolsuit (geddit?) comes only days after another mentally-challenged attention-seeking shrike, Michelle Fields, was laughed out of town by the criminal justice system when no evidence was found to sustain her bullshit claims of “battery”.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Actually it looks like what the Turks call the Deep State.

    Trump can’t be stopped through the legal rules. The voters are voting. But the Deep State will make sure he cannot succeed. Whatever it takes.

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