Establishment media has been bent on destroying President Trump’s credibility by blowing fake news stories out of proportion.

Within the past year alone, Trump had been accused of tearing children away from families, meddling with American finances, and collaborating with Russian forces.

The media is not stopping their barrage against Trump — but their latest story proves they are running out of ideas.

Once more, the media is blowing the Trump Tower meeting story out of proportion.

Trump tweeted that Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russian officials at Trump Tower was only a meeting to gain information, and nothing more.

But the media latched onto that idea and twisted it to paint Donald Trump Jr. as a foreign conspiracist — despite his fervent pleas it was done in good faith.

President Trump also relayed the fact that the meeting was common practice — in his words, “totally legal and done all the time in politics – and it went nowhere.”

But media outlets are latching onto the tweet, saying it contradicts what Donald Trump Jr. released in a statement last year.

“We primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children that was active and popular with American families years ago and was since ended by the Russian government, but it was not a campaign issue at the time and there was no follow up,” read that statement, which added that it was “a short introductory meeting.”

The media also misleadingly framed Trump’s tweet to make it seem that he was making advances against Hillary Clinton — his opponent.

This, however, was not a new admission.

The White House last year released a statement saying the meeting was called as the Russians claimed to have information regarding Trump’s opponent, Hillary Clinton.

NBC News posted the tweet as a direct admission of guilt, and a contradiction of what Donald Trump Jr. released before.

The Associated Press posted a similar story.

And an analysis piece by CNN writer Chris Cillizza read:

“So. We know that Trump dictated the initial Don Jr. statement. And we know that statement said that “we primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children that was active and popular with American families years ago.” And we know that statement didn’t say that the initial impetus for the meeting was the promise from the Russians of dirt on Clinton.

But now Trump is saying that the meeting was designed “to get information on an opponent.” Which is it? Was it the initial statement he dictated to the Times on behalf of Don Jr. that made clear the meeting was about adoptions? Or is it what he is saying now — that the meeting was aimed at gathering negative information about Clinton?”

 And a headline at also claimed that Trump contradicted Trump Jr.’s statement.

In reality, this was not the first time the White House has released information about the meeting, nor did it contradict what Trump Jr. revealed previously.

All meeting participants have spoken openly and similarly about the meeting — leaving no surprises for the imagination.

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