Campaign Suggests Trump's Conviction Is Worse Than Pearl Harbor and September 11






The Trump campaign is trying to raise money by suggesting that the ex-president's conviction is the darkest day in American history.

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Aaron Rupar posted this warning from the Trump campaign:

Move over 9/11. Move aside Pearl Harbor. The truly darkest day in American history was when an ex-president was convicted of a criminal conspiracy to cover up his affair with an adult film actor.

There are so many events in recent American history that have truly been horrific and dark days for the nation. I think about the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. At the height of the COVID pandemic, when thousands of Americans were dying every day. There have been so many events involving the deaths of innocent people that have been dark days for the nation, making the Trump campaign's claim seem particularly callous and embarrassing.

Donald Trump being held accountable for his crimes is no worse than September 11 or Pearl Harbor, and the fact that the Trump campaign dares to suggest that a conviction for a class E crime, or 34, suggests that they and their supporters are completely are beyond their control. contact with reality.

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