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New York Times releases audio to now debunk Trump’s explain that a paper ‘set up’ Bob Corker

Bob Corker

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President Donald Trump
tweeted on Tuesday morning that The New York Times “set
Liddle’ Bob Corker adult by recording his conversation.”

But by Tuesday afternoon, The Times had released
audio of a senator categorically seeking for his bombshell
interview, published Sunday, to be recorded.

“I know they’re recording it,” Corker pronounced of his
aides who were on a line with him along with a Times reporter.
“And we wish we are, too.”

In that interview,
that followed a sardonic back-and-forth between Trump and Corker
progressing in a day, Corker suggested that Trump’s actions could
prompt World War III and pronounced he did not “know because a president
tweets out things that are not true.”

“You know he does it, everybody knows he does it, though he does,”
pronounced Corker, a authority of a Senate Foreign Relations

The Tennessee Republican, who recently announced he would not
find reelection in 2018, has turn increasingly vicious of the
boss in new months.

Trump tweeted on Sunday that he denied a senator his
publicity and deserted him as a claimant for secretary of
state, blaming Corker for thoroughfare of a Iran chief understanding and
adding that a senator “didn’t have a guts” to run for

Corker dismissed back, observant Trump’s explain was wholly fake and
that it was a “shame a White House has turn an adult day care

“He concerns me,” Corker told The Times of Trump. “He would have
to regard anyone who cares about a nation.”

Corker added: “I don’t consider he appreciates that when the
boss of a United States speaks and says a things that he
does, a impact that it has around a world, generally in the
segment that he’s addressing … And so, yeah, it’s concerning to

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