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Donald Trump says the crowd for his speech Thursday night in Burlington was 25,000. Untrue, according to the city police chief.
“After repeated attempts to get clarity on how they were managing the situation I supported police taking charge and putting information out directly,” Weinberger said. Weinberger also took the Trump campaign to task for turning people away at the door of the Flynn Theater if they were not Trump supporters, after exponentially overbooking the event, distributing more than 20,000 tickets for a venue that seats 1,400.
“Seeing Mr. Trump himself apparently tweeting that they’re going to take care of their own tonight, that doesn’t sound like the words of a president to me,” Weinberger said. “If he were elected president I’d hope he would understand that he’s got a responsibility to all Americans, whether they agree with him or not.”
The campaign attempted to engineer the crowd to be as pro-Trump as possible. Staff asked people at the door whether they supported Trump, and if they said no or were undecided, they were not allowed to watch the billionaire New York businessman's talk.
Yet another example on top of a growing list of Donald Trump practicing as a pathological liar.
As proven already, Trump doesn't rely on facts and people just eat up his BS. It's all quite sad.