President Trump Shreds Phony Vietnam War Hero Blumenthal at Trade Presser “We Call Him Da Nang Richard” (VIDEO)

President Donald Trump took no prisoners Monday afternoon’s historic press conference on trade.

On Monday, President Trump stated a new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico.

The new agreement — the USMCA — will replace NAFTA the former agreement signed by Bill Clinton that resulted in the elimination of millions and millions of US jobs.

As expected, the liberal reporters wanted to ambush President Trump with questions about Kavanaugh rather than stay on topic and questions about the new trade agreement.

After one liberal reporter asked about Kavanaugh, President Trump pivoted to phony Vietnam war hero Senator Richard Blumenthal.

“Look at some of these people asking the questions,o. Look at Blumenthal,” Trump said. “He lied about Vietnam. He didn’t just say hey I went to Vietnam…no no..for 15 years he said he was a war hero.”

“We call him ‘Da Nang Richard,’” Trump said shredding Blumenthal AGAIN.

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Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal had the audacity to lecture Brett Kavanaugh about courage and honesty last Thursday at the hearing.

Blumenthal began his questioning by saying, “Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus” (false in one thing, false in everything)–what a despicable creep!

Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) faked his Vietnam War service and lied about being the captain of the Harvard Swim Team.

The President and other prominent Republicans attacked Blumenthal last week after he questioned Kavanaugh on his integrity.

“Senator Blumenthal lied for years about serving in Vietnam, which is all you need to know about his courage & honesty. Maybe he should reconsider before questioning Judge Kavanaugh’s credibility,” Tom Cotton said in a tweet.

The fake news media always ignores the corrupt liars on the left whilst attacking conservatives on baseless accusations.

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