AP Posts BREAKING NEWS About Trump, White House Denies Within Minutes…

Within minutes, the White House denied a report this morning by AP that President Trump is considering a mobilization of the National Guard to roundup undocumented immigrants for deportation.

Check it out:

The Trump administration is considering a proposal to mobilize as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants, including millions living nowhere near the Mexico border, according to a draft memo obtained by The Associated Press.

The 11-page document calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana…

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the AP report was “100 percent not true” and “irresponsible.” ”There is no effort at all to utilize the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants,” he said.

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72 COMMENTS

  1. There’s an actual copy of the memo on Real News. Authored by John Kelly, head of DHS, dated January 25th. It’s real. It was sent to key Trump Administration officials. Repeat. It’s a real memo form a real head of DHS to a real group in the Trump Administration overseeing immigration policy. But, hey, Spicyy and T-Rump call it “fake News”, so I guess it is…

  2. AP…..Authorized Prevaricators.

    They got rewarded for their propaganda by obama and apparently their loyalty to the left has replaced any semblance of ethics or credibility they may ever have had and become calcified.

    It’s great to see them with egg all over their faces.

    I can hardly wait to hear the President give them a verbal flogging and heap mountains of well-deserved scorn upon them.

    AP is long overdue for it.

  3. For what it’s worth, here is the AP article: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_TRUMP_NATIONAL_GUARD?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

    It is dated 12:30 PM EST, so appears to be a corrected/updated version. Also includes Spicer’s denial. If so, AP should mark it as such.

    Here is the actual text of the draft memo:
    http://interactives.ap.org/2017/nat-guard-order/?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=AP_Interactive

    It was a draft, so maybe it did not make it’s way up to White House, although it appears to have been initiated by DHS Sec Kelly as guidance to ICE & Border Patrol, so it seems unlikely that the White House wouldn’t have been aware.
    No idea how seriously this was considered.

    • It was a draft memo written by someone other than the Secretary as part of the decision making process and was never given serious consideration according to a statement from DHS.

      Furthermore the memo completely contradicts the AP story.

      People need to do their homework before posting any claims.

      • That’s why I posted the url of the draft so folks can make their own comparisons. And why I said “appears to have been initiated” by Kelly. It’s very possible that his name was put in there just to fill in the spot for the future, but that’s a very bad practice. Freedom of Information requests would see this as a memo from him. Also, draft memos usually have “Draft” stamped across them to avoid confusion. Again, bad practice.
        I do agree with you, though that AP should have contacted DHS or White House for comment before printing the story. It does not appear that they did.

  4. This is a classic example of how the media makes a bollocks of things.

    1. The original AP story completely mischaracterizes what was in the draft memo.

    2. It was quickly shot down by the WH and DHS which means, no one from AP bothered to ask for comment before running with the story.

    3. The memo, although written in the name of the Secretary, was a draft and according to DHS was not written by him, but rather by someone on his staff for consideration. In otherwords it was part of the ordinary decision making process.

    But hey, we now see a pattern in which media outlets will run with a story without bothering to check to make sure it is accurate. Not only is much of the media biased, most reporters are proving to be unprofessional.

  5. If the news organizations would quit harassing the White House, can you imagine how much more work they could get done. What a circus. I can’t even watch the news anymore. I did watch the press conference yesterday though. It was awesome. We voted him in because we were sinking with things as normals and knew we needed something different as President. We needed a non-politician. Trump is everything I hoped he would be when I voted for him. I love hearing people scratching their heads and saying, “that’s just not how we do things”. Exactly, that is why he was elected!!!

  6. C’mon, AP, you can make up better fake news than this. If you need help, contact Chuck “The Schmuck” Schmuer, or MSNBC or Brian Williams. (Word has it, Dan Rather is also available.)

  7. Just a bunch of liberal pukes at AP. There should be criminal charges for fake news. Start making these BS aetists pay for their slop

  8. Wine soaked / wet brained Sarah Palin and credible news somehow goes hand in hand??? LOL. There was a draft for the mentioned plan. AP should have stated “considered” instead of “considers.” As Kellyanne Conjob would say, this was merely mis-speaking on AP’s part and perfectly acceptable. Once again, Meathead Spicer tells some more lies…. this is not 100% false. There was a plan written up for consideration. Nice try with click-bait and spreading the fake news, Mary Kate Knorr.

    • You still have PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome) after all these years???Am flabbergasted that after 9 years, its hold on you is s still quite strong. Wonder how many years would the TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) would have a hold on you…might be as long as 15 years, or as long as forever…

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