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Pentagon brass "have a duty to go on the record" after Trump denies shocking new military scandal

Conservative columnist Max Boot says Trump’s denial means that those quoted have an obligation to come forward now



Bob Brigham
September 4, 2020 10:30AM (UTC)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story

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On Thursday, The Atlantic published a bombshell report — based on "four people with firsthand knowledge" of President Donald Trump's comments.

The reporting was confirmed by the Associated Press.

Late on Thursday, Trump denied the report in a thread posted on Twitter:

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Conservative Washington Post columnist Max Boot says Trump's denial means that those quoted have an obligation to come forward publicly.

Trump also blasted the reporting in comments to reporters:


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