Earlier today I posted the video of one of the women misquoted in a obvious hit piece on Donald Trump and his treatment of women that appeared in the New York Times on Sunday (5/15/2016) Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved with Women in Public.
Now watch the two New York Times "journalists" responsible for the hit piece, Megan Twohey and wimpy pajama boy Michael Barbaro, squirm while they obviously lie about the whole thing.
In their article, they tell the story of Trump's ex-girlfriend Rowanne Brewer Lane.
But the 1990 episode at Mar-a-Lago that Ms. Brewer Lane described was different: a debasing face-to-face encounter between Mr. Trump and a young woman he hardly knew. This is the private treatment of some women by Mr. Trump, the up-close and more intimate encounters.CNN asked Twohey if Rowanne Lane used the word "debased."
CNN: You did use the word debase in the piece. Is that a word that Rowanne used used or that the women you spoke to used?
Notice the complete evasion of answering a direct question about using the word "debase" when describing the encounter as she stammers and stumbles through her non-answer.
Twohey: So we heard a variety of…I mean….the…the…descriptions of Rowanee was one of many voices….We really value the fact that…and I think that one of the things you’ll see is that…
and proceeds to describe how the article was formatted, yada, yada. Only a liar does that.
And don't miss pajama boy saying that Rowanne was "asked to put on a bathing suit." No she wasn't. According to Ms Lane, she was asked if she would like a bathing suit since she had just come from a photo shoot and was not prepared for a swim party. Big damn difference. I'm sure Mar-a-Lago is well stocked with new bathing suits for guests.
My advice to anyone being interviewed by any news outlet is to carry a tape recorder or use your phone and record the entire interview.