Trump Dismisses ‘Phony’ New York Times Story About Questioning Mike Pence’s Loyalty (VIDEO)

The New York Times published a story last week suggesting that Trump is questioning the loyalty of Vice President Mike Pence. When asked about it at the White House, Trump dismissed the story as untrue, and called it phony. Just more fake news from the left.

FOX News reports:

Trump backs Pence, dismisses ‘phony’ report he questioned loyalty

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President Trump on Saturday pushed back on a “phony” New York Times story that said Trump was questioning Vice President Mike Pence’s loyalty and that a 2020 shakeup could be on the cards — telling reporters that Pence was “100 percent loyal.”

“No, I don’t question his loyalty. He is 100 percent loyal,” he told reporters before departing for California. “It was a phony story. I doubt they have any sources, a typical New York Times phony story.”

The article, published Friday, reported that Trump has repeatedly asked aides and advisers about Pence’s loyalty to the point that it has “alarmed” advisers. The Times reported that Trump has not openly suggested dropping Pence from the 2020 ticket but advisers said that such questions indicate that he is irritated with someone…

“Mike Pence is 100 percent, not even a doubt of it in my mind, he’s a trooper. He’s been with me as soon as I won the primaries, he was the one I chose and I couldn’t be happier and I don’t question his loyalty at all. He’s already been tested in many ways,” he said.

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The left is trying to plant the idea that the Trump administration is in disarray. They’ve been doing this since day one.

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