I hate the headline of this article, but bravo to Sellers for calling Trump’s “isms” lies. Part 2 of the videos is where it gets good.
““It’s the truth,” Sellers replied. “If you say something that’s not accurate and misleading and intentionally say something you know not to be the case. It’s a lie.”
Sellers went on to explain, “Today when Donald Trump tweets out that the intelligence agencies were supposed to meet with him today, and it’s somehow so-called just changed and sounds so strange to him and we found out that the intelligence agencies actually didn’t say they would meet today, they would meet on Friday, that is a lie. I mean, this happens repeatedly with Donald Trump and we have to call it what it is. If that’s how he wants to conduct the presidency and the press conferences, then so be it. It’s the duty for everyone else to open their eyes and as Dan Rather said, ‘call a lie, is a lie, is a lie.””
See videos below.
Full article here.