Journalists evidently chomping at the bit to slam Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump eagerly tweeted over and over...and over…about how Donald Trump mistakenly said that the Primary in New Hampshire was on February 8th instead of the 9th.
Trump says the crowd that the primaryy is on “February 8th? 9th?” “9th!” the crowd shouts.
— Ed O’Keefe (@edatpost) December 29, 2015
Trump stumbled on the date of the NH primary: “February 8th? Ninth?” The crowd shouted: “Ninth!” https://t.co/DKekmnZojM
— Jenna Johnson (@wpjenna) December 29, 2015
Trump to NH crowd: “It’s very important on February 8th.” Psst, Donald, the primary is on 2/9. Read more: https://t.co/BSBqMb9OJ8
— amy walter (@amyewalter) December 29, 2015
Donald Trump got the date of the New Hampshire primary wrong at tonight’s rally. It’s Feb. 9. https://t.co/owIt2lhSjD
— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) December 29, 2015
Donald Trump does not know the date of the New Hampshire primary. He asks audience to go to the polls on February 8th (it’s the 9th)
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 29, 2015
.@realdonaldtrump to NH crowd as he tells them to go to polls: “very important on February 8th…” crowd corrects him- “NINTH,” they shout
— Noah Gray CNN (@NoahGrayCNN) December 29, 2015
A not-so-surprisingly partisan political reporter for Time Magazine, Zeke Miller, did NOT tweet about Trump’s evidently-horrifying mistake; however he did re-tweet other “journalists”:
Was Donald Trump’s mistake really THAT egregious?
Was it worse than this:
A 2008 Newsbusters article pointed out that the mainstream media all but “ignored” Obama’s comment about the 57 states.