Why Donald Trump will be president: Inside the ‘Trump Train’ of conspiracy theories

In his first appearance on ABC News, former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski revealed why he thought the President would win the presidency in 2020: “I mean, the guy’s a bully.

You know, I’ve seen him bully a lot of people.”

Trump has previously boasted about his ability to bully people and called his rivals liars.

His campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, has since been accused of making anti-Semitic comments and claimed that Trump is “the most dishonest man in America”.

The campaign manager’s comments come after an article published on the website InfoWars claimed that there is “a train of conspiracies” targeting the President.

The article claims that the President is a member of the Bilderberg Group and that he is a major “globalist”.

InfoWars editor-in-chief Alex Jones has said that he plans to run a documentary about the Trump presidency titled ‘The Trumps Train’.

In the article, Jones claimed that “there is a train of conspiracy theorists” who have been trying to assassinate the President and claim that the media is “lying”.

Jones claimed he has been contacted by “many prominent people” and that there are “more conspiracies than ever before”.

“We are on the brink of a massive revolution in American politics,” he said.

He went on to accuse the President of “trying to create a situation where he is not elected because the people don’t want him there”. “

They can have a President that is corrupt, a President who is a serial liar, a corrupt and incompetent President.”

He went on to accuse the President of “trying to create a situation where he is not elected because the people don’t want him there”.

The article was quickly removed from InfoWars website after an anonymous user on Twitter wrote to InfoWars: “This article was removed because it contained slanderous and anti-Trump content.”

InfoWars said it had removed the article from its website on Tuesday.

However, the article was later reinstated by InfoWars after a request from the President’s son Donald Trump Jr. On Tuesday, the President said that InfoWars was “fake news” and accused the site of having a “record of spreading lies and propaganda”.

The President also said that the “fake” News Media had been “failing the American public” and “inaccurate and distorted”.

“I have never been attacked by a single individual on Twitter or anywhere else, and I have never seen anything like this before,” he added.

“In fact, this is an extraordinary thing, something we should never have seen.”

The President added that he had never heard of InfoWars before and that “I’ve never seen any of this nonsense”.

And we are seeing that happening right now.” “

What InfoWars is doing is creating an atmosphere where you are afraid to say anything, even the truth.

And we are seeing that happening right now.”

Info Wars, which is run by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, said that it had been working to remove the article.

“The article was taken down from InfoWar, and the article is now on its way to the news media,” a spokesman said.

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