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Less than three days before the end of the year, President Donald Trump managed to shock his critics with insensitive voices.
This time, the immigrant children who died during detention in Customs and Border Protection after handing over to the Immigration Department.
Trump, whose policies have resulted in thousands of immigrant children being separated from their families, accused Congressional Democrats of killing eight-year-old Felipe Gomez Alonzo and seven-year-old Jakelin Caal.
In his reply, MP Mark Takano (D-Calif.) Said Trump is reaching a new low had to use the deaths of the children to promote its boundary wall.
The Washington Post's columnist, Karen Tumulty, who deals with national politics, doubled that feeling.
"There is no ground for President Trump," she wrote on Saturday.
"We have a president who is ready to politicize the deaths of two children in order to score points against the opposition party," she added. "And the most shocking thing about scratching a new moral ground is this: It's not shocking at all."
Trump's fiercest criticism makes it impossible for Trump to become even worse. But somehow he always does.
Down below, people believed five times that Trump had reached a new low in 2018:
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He then made a stunning statement alongside Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (known as MBS) – despite the findings of the CIA, which allegedly tied MBS to Khashoggi's assassination.
"It might be good that the Crown Prince had knowledge of this tragic event – maybe he did it and maybe not! "Trump said."
"We may never know all the facts about the murder of Mr. Jamal Khashoggi," he went on. "In any case, our relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia exists."
Days before the declaration of Trump came to the conclusion that a team of Saudi Arabs had tortured and killed Khashoggi, a former close friend, to the Saudi royal family, which was under the leadership of the Crown Prince's critics of their government, the CIA .
Karen Attiah, editor-in-chief of Khashoggi at the Washington Post, accuses Trump of lied in his testimony and "a flagrant disregard for his own intelligence services."
"This is a new low," Attiah concluded. 19659002] The Turkish Foreign Minister accused Trump of giving the murder a "blind eye."
"In a sense, Mr. Trump's statement means:" Come on, may I blind myself. "This approach is wrong. Money is not everything. We should not distance ourselves from human values, "said Mevlut Çavuşoğlu to CNN Türk .
When Trump Hurricane Called Mary's Fatalities "Fake News"  In the summer, a study commissioned by the government found that the official number of the Fatalities for the 2017 consecutive hurricanes were significantly higher than before – 2,975 deaths, not 64.  Instead of recognizing the deaths, Trump denied the report and accused the Democrat to make the "really big numbers" just to make it look "as bad as possible". There is no evidence to support his theory.
The Puerto Rican governor Ricardo commissioned Roselló with the analysis, which was completed by researchers from George Washington University. The new estimate made Hurricane Maria one of the deadliest natural disasters in US history at the time. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who after hurricane Maria became a fierce critic of Trump, called the president's denial "despicable."
"This is a new low, even for President Trump," she told CNN. "Now it is to be expected that the president has the opportunity to do everything about him."
The New York Times editors also criticized Trump for shifting the attention of the devastation to his personal suffering: Democrats do not need to move a finger to make it look bad. He can do it all alone.
In the Headline of a Story of Trump's death, the Rolling Stone was formulated more precisely, "Trump reaches New Low. Republicans remain silent. Rinse, repeat.
When Trump met with Vladimir Putin and publicly defended the Russian president against allegations of interference in the election
Trump's presidency was plagued with an ongoing investigation in his presidential campaign alleged ties to Russia, backed up by evidence, that Russia obstructed the elections of 2016 .
But when Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in Helsinki, Finland, he refused to publicly condemn the leader for interfering with his country's interference in American politics and democracy. Instead, he supported Putin's refusal.
"My people came to me, they said they think it's Russia," Trump said. "President Putin has just said that it is not Russia."
Trump's performance at the summit was "disgraceful" and "a new low for his presidency," Deputy John Garamendi (D-Calif.) Said shortly after the meeting of the two heads of state and government.
Garry Kasparov, chairman of the Human Rights Foundation and former world chess champion, also said that the summit had marked "the lowest point in the history of the US presidency".
In a Presidential Post requested for Washington Kasparov said Trump gave a "Russian premiere" in a high-profile session:
Trump stood next to a dictatorship leader accused by US intelligence and law enforcement agencies To attack the foundations of American democracy was often confused and incoherent – and these were his best moments on the podium. The rest of the time he spent praising the KGB dictator on his left and attacking the institutions he defended. It was a Russian premiere from beginning to end.
As the Trump administration children as part of its zero-tolerance campaign against illegal immigration from their families separated 19659018] Trump was widely condemned for his zero-tolerance anti-immigration policy, which was enforced earlier this year, after it became known that thousands of immigrant children who entered the US illegally were separated from their families Were spent in government.
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Health and Human Services official Jonathan White, who is also a trained clinical social worker, said he had warned other officials that separating children from their families would cause serious emotional damage could. The Trump government continued the controversial policy.
Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) Labeled Trump's family-isolation policy a "new depression of inhumanity for this government."
Trump's own daughter and official adviser, Ivanka Trump, agreed. In an interview on a panel of Axios News Shapers in Washington, D.C., she called the family divisions a "low point" for her and also suggested that immigrant parents were to blame.
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