Trump Misquoted His Charlottesville Statements In Phoenix & Twitter Is Furious

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On Tuesday evening after his rally in Phoenix began, Trump was criticized for misquoting himself on Charlottesville and the violence that took place there during a white supremacist rally. Most noticeably, as Trump was re-reading his initial statement on Charlottesville to prove that he condemned bigotry and racism, he failed to mention the fact that he blamed "many sides" for the violence that ensued.

Trump criticized the media for being "dishonest" and misrepresenting his statement on the tragedy.

Trump pulled out his Aug. 12 statement about the violence, recalling that he stood against racism, however, he never re-read this significant tidbit from the speech:

And that "many sides, on many sides" comment is what made people so upset, sad, and infuriated. Now, Twitter users are making sure people realize what he left out of his Phoenix rally speech.

A Curious Omission

A Hoax

What About "Both Sides"?

NPR Pointed It Out, Too

Just A Reminder

The Real Taking Away Of History

Quote Yourself Accurately

Oopsie

It Was Intentional

Liar

Here's The Original Text

Still Waiting

More Lying

A Misrepresentation

He Just Simply Skipped It

Fact-Check

Everyone's Reaction

For Trump, recreating events as he sees fit is an old song and dance. This time, people are noticing.