BOOM: Miss USA Contestant Drops Bombshell That Obliterates NYT’s Trump Hit Piece

Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean Boller was interviewed on Hannity about how The New York Times misquoted and twisted her words to bash GOP presumed presidential nominee Donald Trump. Boller was not happy with the article and wanted everyone to know how she truly felt about The Donald.

Boller stated during the interview that The Times approached her back in March about Trump and she told them she wasn’t going to say anything negative about the presidential candidate.

“They weren’t really happy with that,” Boller admitted. “And so, I basically wouldn’t give them a story and now they came out with their own version of it, and took something out of my book and just totally twisted it and made it so negative. And I have nothing but positive things to say about Donald Trump.”

The Times article did cite Boller’s memoirs in its article entitled, “Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private.” Specifically it used a passage where she stated, ““We were told to put on our opening number outfits — they were nearly as revealing as our swimsuits — and line up for him onstage.”

The article went on to describe The Donald inspecting the women, and as Boller recounted in her memoirs, he “inspected us closer than any general ever inspected a platoon,” something that Trump has vehemently denied.

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While it was written in her memoirs, Boller said she came onto Hannity’s show because she was fed up with how the media was twisting her words in order to further their attack on Donald Trump. She stated that if The New York Times had actually read her book, they would see that she had “nothing but admiration and respect” for Trump.

“He helped me tremendously,” she said.

Watch the full interview below:

This is just another case of the left’s using any and all means to tarnish the reputation of a respected man. We applaud Boller for coming forward to set the record straight.

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