During a press conference on Friday, President Trump revisited a story of a 92-year-old great grandmother who was raped, beaten, and murdered by an illegal immigrant. Trump's prepared statement included the word "allegedly." The woman was allegedly raped, beaten, and murdered. As Trump read the statement, he removed allegedly and stated that his lawyers put the word in the statement.
Refusing to play the game of political correctness, Trump said the following:
"In my State of the Union address, I shared the tragic story of Maria Fuentes, a 92-year-old great-grandmother who was allegedly raped, beaten, and murdered by a criminal illegal alien in New York City. I think I can; no, I don't think — I'll take the word allegedly out. Do you mind if I do that? See, the lawyers put it in, but if you don't mind, I'll leave it out. She was raped, beaten, and murdered," Trump said.
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