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Obama Mocks Special Olympics Children On The Tonight Show (Video)

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Meryl Streep went up in front of the Golden Globes and slammed Donald Trump for supposedly mocking a disabled reporter!

Meryl Streep’s acceptance speech after receiving a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes turned out to be the opening volley in a war of words with President-elect Donald Trump.

Despite all of the apparent outrage, there was a time when Liberals didn’t really care if the handicapped were mocked. They seemed to turn a blind eye when the mockery was coming from President Obama himself.

In 2008, for example, Obama’s campaign released an ad that mocked Senator John McCain’s inability to send emails. What they neglected to mention is that McCain’s inability to send emails was the result of physical limitations caused by the torture he underwent while a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

On another occasion, President Obama made a terrible joke at the expense of physically and mentally handicapped children. During a March 2009 appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the president joked that bowling a 129 was “like being in the Special Olympics.”

Well, that is so humiliating for her because footage surfaced of Barack Obama doing something far worse than Trump ever did himself…

The clip bellow shows Obama making fun of the disabled athletes competing in the Special Olympics back in 2009.

Not only did Trump come back swinging, but all of Twitter seemed to be on his side!

Trump himself spoke out to slam Streep for her ridiculous speech, saying that he never actually mocked the reporter’s disability.

Trump argued that he was simply showing the reporter “groveling” for changing a 16-year-old story to make him look bad.

“Just more very dishonest media!” he concluded.

The video below proves that Trump is right!

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