Published: Thu, February 09, 2017
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Spicer Fabricates Islamic Terror Attack On Atlanta

Spicer Fabricates Islamic Terror Attack On Atlanta

"President Trump told a USA military audience that there have been terrorist attacks that no one knows about because the media chooses not to report them", Pelley said. For example, the list includes attacks in Paris against the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in January of 2015, and against multiple targets, in November of 2015.

Asked Friday about a CBS News poll that showed the president had a 40 percent job approval rating, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer offered up the results of a Rasmussen poll from late December that showed Trump with a 51 percent favorability rating.

A White House spokesperson told The Huffington Post's Sam Stein that the list comprised "ISIS or ISIS-related attacks on Western targets from [2014-16], ***MOST*** of which were not widely reported on".

Trump made the weird claim earlier today during an address U.S. Central Command in Tampa, Florida.

"Too many of these cases that have happened, whether you're talking about San Bernardino, Atlanta, they've happened, Boston", he said.

"Start at the top", he told reporters.

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President Trump on Monday lambasted the "dishonest press" for what he says is an unwillingness to report on terrorist attacks. Also still unanswered, what is the secret "reason" the press has for covering up these attacks - Trump seems to know it, he thinks the USA military knows it, perhaps they'll share it with the rest of us.

The White House list, with a timeline covering September, 2014 to December, 2016, cites four attacks in Bangladesh, including the one on Artisan Bakery in Dhaka that killed 22 people, two other attacks with a single casualty, and one attack in Pakistan in April 2015 in which one U.S. citizen was wounded in knife assault.

The list of unreported and underreported terror attacks follows Trump's temporary ban on travelers and refugees from seven majority-Muslim countries, a ban he said would help prevent terrorist attacks. Nine other domestic attacks in were listed, including one that injured 31 people when an improvised bomb exploded on 23rd Street in Manhattan.

The immigration order, entitled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States", was already subject to criticism because no attacks on US soil since 9/11 have been committed by nationals from those restricted countries - and this new list shows more of that same trend.

President Donald Trump has said lots of negative things about the media since he began running for president in June 2015.

Trump, on the other hand, is saying that the media actively suppresses news of terrorist attacks based on what he imagines is a political agenda. "The answer is we act now to protect the future", Spicer replied.

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