At his presser today, Donald Trump said that “we’re going to have a [COVID19] vaccine very soon. Maybe even before a very special day.”
Naturally, CNN’s ace fact-checking team was on it:
President Trump: "We're going to have a vaccine very soon. Maybe even before a very special day. You know what date I'm talking about"
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 7, 2020
There are five people working on these fact-checks for CNN. And between the five of them, they evidently can’t find anyone who knows what “maybe” means.
— Baseball is almost back (@LastWordWilliam) September 7, 2020
I’ve never seen so many people squirm because of the word “maybe”
— Key Lime Pie (@KeyLimePie4me) September 7, 2020
"Siri, what does 'maybe' mean?" https://t.co/rB9LlTR2HP
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) September 7, 2020
If only he had said ‘maybe’. Hey wait, he did!
— pMikey (@pMikeypp) September 7, 2020
Hence him using the word MAYBE!!!!!!!
— Bill Meyer (@BillMeyer_1) September 7, 2020
Maybe that’s why he said “maybe”.
— Adam Starling (@ARSTARLING) September 7, 2020
So he was correct. Cool.
— Tom Person (@tomburkart) September 7, 2020
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Donald Trump gives ostensible journalists plenty of material to work with. And yet, they insist on dunking on him for what he doesn’t say.
— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) September 7, 2020
This is an embarrassing, stupid, vindictive tweet. https://t.co/YiXNlxWzx1
— Dr. Kankokage (@kankokage) September 7, 2020
Par for the course.
At least they’re consistent!
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