The NY Times and CNN don't seem to have a problem with treason either. m/r
By Michael van der Galien January 26, 2017
With Trump, there's this little game I like to play called "Good Trump, Bad Trump." One day he appears to be completely rational and highly principled, but the next day he behaves like a spoiled brat who can't accept the fact that fewer people attended his inauguration than Obama's. Good Trump, Bad Trump. It differs from day to day, and often even from hour to hour.
Obviously, this tweet about Chelsea Manning proves that Good Trump is currently in charge of the man. Chelsea Manning is a terrible traitor whose sentence should never have been commuted. In more rational times, Manning would've been executed, which is exactly what he deserves for his betrayal of his own country.
As always, the Washington Post takes offense at Trump's perfectly reasonable tweet. After all, the leftwing media have never seen a traitor they didn't like.
The use of the word “traitor” is often tossed around by political leaders and others to describe alleged acts that threaten national security. But it is rare for a president to brand someone as a traitor, and raised questions on whether Trump could try to bring further action against Manning, who is scheduled to be released in May.
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