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WaPo writer chronicles Trump's history of 'canine insults' then accuses president of hating dogs


The Washington Post's Philip Rucker was on MSNBC with Brian Williams to discuss President Donald Trump's use of the word "dog."

He uses the word in a derogatory fashion to describe his many opponents and adversaries, and now, he's using it to describe former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

In the interview, Rucker made a wild accusation that the president doesn't actually like dogs at all and that the last dog he had, didn't really like him.

“Does this president really physically not like dogs?” Williams asked.

“That's right, Brian. He's actually the first president in more than 100 years who has not had a dog as a pet in the White House," Rucker replied.

On Friday's episode of "The Morning Blaze," Kris Cruz argued that liberals should be thrilled that the president doesn't like dogs because PETA declared that dogs aren't pets anyway.

PETA also chimed in on the president's remarks by reminding him that "dog" is not an insult since dogs are loyal, loving, and make humans want to be better people.


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