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Narrative: Newsweek tries to paint a much different picture of our President in “Lazy Boy Trump”

The mainstream media continues to try and control the narrative


Newsweek’s August 11th issue of the magazine features a manipulated image of Donald Trump, sitting in a Lazy Boy chair in the Oval Office, eating McDonald’s, Cheetos and drinking a Diet Coke with more fast food wrappers littered on the floor. The cover reads “Lazy Boy – Donald Trump is bored and tired. Imagine how bad he’d feel if he did any work.”President Trump Newsweek

This is just yet another mainstream media outlet trying to slander our President, and control the narrative. Trying to make brainwash weak-minded people into thinking that Trump hasn’t done anything in office. Which of course is completely false. President Trump signed 30 executive orders in his first 100 days, which is the most any President has done since World War II.

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The same magazine also will feature, a pro-vaccines article that pushes more vaccinations, but now in a “band-aide” like patch, “The Donald’s dumpster fire” and an article referring to Trump as “The New Deporter in Chief”.