7/21, 2:32 PM (Source: TeleTrader)
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Trump: Washington Post story on N. Carolina speech 'fake news'

United States President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the Washington Post story on his recent rally in North Carolina was "fake news" and that people were only talking about the "record setting crowd" and "tremendous enthusiasm." He ended his message by stating that "you'll see in 2020."

"The Washington Post Story, about my speech in North Carolina and tweet, with its phony sources who do not exist, is Fake News. The only thing people were talking about is the record setting crowd and the tremendous enthusiasm, far greater than the Democrats. You’ll see in 2020!" Trump tweeted.

Trump's remarks come after his recent rally in Greenville, North Carolina, saw a number of people chant "send her back" and "love the USA!" as he started criticizing Somali-American House Representative Ilhan Omar. Trump denied leading the crowd on and stressed that he was not "particularly happy" with the incident, which he ascribed to "just a very big and patriotic crowd."

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