What it felt like to be in the Rose Garden today. “The entire extended, violent fantasy involving women bound with duct tape did not appear to be preprogrammed into the teleprompter at all.” @Olivianuzzi https://t.co/luPxgwcGvm
— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) January 26, 2019
Perspective: Why does the president keep talking about women and duct tape on the border? https://t.co/Qcp1doJe7v
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 26, 2019
Did @gop @potus @realdonaldTrump Get His Blue Duct Tape and Prayer Rug Border Tales From the 'Sicario' Sequel? https://t.co/DF3w3TmGUd @tommyxtopher @mediaite @foxnews @msnbc @cnn @abc @nbcnews @cbsnews @abcnews @nbc @cbs @usatoday @washingtonpost @nytimes @wsj @thehill @huffpost
— Geoff Ninecow (@geoff9cow) January 30, 2019
"Vox’s source indicated that they and others in their sector hadn’t heard anything that would back up Trump’s claims…"https://t.co/xcynj53xVS
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) January 29, 2019
Trump is telling his "four women" "duct tape" "backs or cars or trucks" "desert areas" human trafficking tale again. Again, human trafficking experts tells me they've never heard of this happening; just isn't how it usually works. https://t.co/ZQAF6bvbKV
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) January 25, 2019
#Trump is claiming:
1. Mexicans have amazing cars, better than the Border Patrol.
2. Women are crossing border bound up with tape.
3. Prayer rugs left in the desert.
— John Moffitt (@JohnRMoffitt) January 29, 2019
POTUS also told his tale of duct-taped women again, but in tonight's version there was also electrical tape, and he described it as "blue" at one point, per two attendees. One attendee thought blue was intended as a joke.
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 29, 2019