German Papers Said US Media Got It Wrong, Ivanka Wasn’t Booed
Bild Reports The Truth In Berlin
Every US media reported that Ivanka Trump was booed in Germany, but according to the German paper, Bild these claims are false. In reality, the paper said there was “some unrest,” but nothing at all like the various Leftist media reported. CNN actually said that Ivanka Trump was booed and hissed at by the crowd, while she fought to defend her father.
The paper said there was “some unrest,” but nothing at all like the various media reported. CNN actually said that Ivanka Trump was booed and hissed at by the crowd, while she fought to defend her father.
The New York Times wrote, “Ivanka Trump Got Jerred In Germany…” and The Washington Post actually published a piece that read, “Germany Booed Ivanka Trump. America Says She Doesn’t Belong In The White House.”
German Newspaper Defends Ivanka Trump
“Many people were surprised by Ivanka Trump’s performance in Berlin. Contrary to the stereotype, the daughter of the US President made a sophisticated and level-headed impression at the panel discussion with Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, and head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde. The glamorous White House ambassador also cleverly handled a controversial issue.”
“There was no booing or heckling at all… This makes it even more surprising that US media are painting an entirely different picture of Ivanka’s appearance in Berlin. The murmuring that could be heard as Ivanka defended her father against criticism was interpreted as massive booing of the President’s daughter.”
Leftist Media Tries To Globally Bash Trump Family
CNN originally reported German Hisses:
“Ivanka Trump defended her father at a women’s panel in Berlin Tuesday after attendees hissed and booed when she attempted to champion her father’s commitment to women’s issues. The event opened with the first daughter explaining her role in the White House.”
“You are first daughter — German audience not familiar — what is your role — to whom are you represented? Your father, the American people, or your business,” asked Miriam Meckel, editor of German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche…”