President Trump Donald John TrumpPrevention is an important tool in the fight against addiction. USMCA is a necessary lifting of the uncertainty caused by Trump. Sam Donaldson beats Sarah Sanders: She had "a lifelong achievement for lying" MORE called itself the "biggest hostage negotiator this country has ever had" at a campaign rally Saturday night in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
"Recently our big hostage negotiator said Trump was the biggest hostage bargaining country ever," Trump said, referring to a tweet he had shared the previous day in which he claimed a "Cheif Hostage Negotiator" (sic ) "Called him the" Greatest Hostage Negotiator "in US History.
" President Donald J Trump is the largest hostage negotiator I know of in the history of the United States. Twenty hostages, many under impossible circumstances, have been released in the last two years. No money was paid. "Cheif Hostage Negotiator, USA!
̵1; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 26, 2019
" I brought it out. Why not? You know, a lot of times, if you do not want to brag about it, nobody else is. You might as well do it. That's right, "he said.
"So our ambassador made the statement and the press took it up, and they searched for me," It's not true, "" It's not true, "Trump continued." And then she called and he said, "No, that's right."
& # 39; And instead of saying: & # 39; It's true, "they stopped talking about it & # 39; & # 39 ;, said Trump, referring to the news media. , Fake News. & # 39;  According to the Washington Post, Press Secretary of the White House Sarah Sanders Sarah Elizabeth SandersSam Donaldson suggests Sarah Sanders: "She had a lifelong Oscar for lies" Sanders, Pence Ask Children to Take Your Child Labor Day Do not make this year's WHCA dinner another political disaster. MORE quoted the original quote Trump shared on Twitter when Robert Robert O'Brien called himself a "major hostage negotiator" in US history, a special envoy of the President for hostage taking in the State Department.
Trump shared the quote on Twitter shortly after he denied that the US had paid North Korea after the country allegedly charged the US for the treatment of Otto Warmbier, an American student belonging to the foreign nation was imprisoned and later died shortly after returning to coma.