This post presents further evidence that Donald Trump lied when he says Cheri Jacobus, a GOP political consultant, begged his campaign for a Job.
Before going on, allow me to straighten out some of the accusation made by the Trump fans.
Some people have said that the evidence presented doesn’t prove that Trump or his camp begged Ms. Jacobus to work the campaign. The reason there isn’t proof is because that is not Cheri Jacobus’ contention. Her only claim is that she did not beg Trump or anyone else in his campaign for a position, nor did she initiate contact with the organization. In fact she never met with (or spoke to) “The Donald.” This post as well as the two previous ones substantiate that Cheri Jacobus is being truthful and Donald Trump is lying.
But that didn’t stop Trump from tweeting out his lie again on Friday:
Do you think the 2nd Amendment will be destroyed by the Biden Administration?
See it’s sad when a rich bully tweets out that someone has zero credibility when they themselves are lying.
As we discussed in the first post about these Trump camp lies published on Jan. 27th, Cheri Jacobus is a political consultant who was approached by an old friend to join the nascent Donald Trump campaign. Eventually Ms. Jacobus decided not to work for the because well frankly Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski showed himself to be an, “unhinged, unethical, naive, hot-head.”
That first post told the entire story of Jacobus’ contact with the campaign and their two meetings. On February third we posted the proof that the campaign contacted Cheri Jacobus for the first meeting (which we will repeat in a bit).
The Facebook exchange below took place on June 8th, approximately three weeks after the first meeting. It demonstrated the reason for a second meeting was not because Ms. Jacobus was begging but as you can see by the first line, because Corey [campaign manager Corey Lewandowski] wanted to see her.
Along with the evidence from about the first meeting (below) the above Facebook conversation and the subsequent tweets slandering Ms. Jacobus by the supposedly populist Donald Trump prove the billionaire is little more than a bully.
Trump campaigns on the promise that he is the guy to help the ordinary people. But how can a man who spends his days bullying ordinary people, help them. Instead of rational discussion with people trying to work out their differences, he attacks.
Interestingly, Trump received criticism for repeating the words of a supporter who used an expletive term for a female body part to accuse another candidate of cowardice. But to be totally honest, what is more cowardly than that hiding behind a twitter account with 6.1 million followers to defame who cannot fight back to the same extent. Like most bullies, Donald Trump is a coward!
Below is the information posted on Feb. 3rd about the first Cheri Jacobus meeting with the Trump campaign:
Today I had the chance to speak to Jim Dornan on the phone. Dornan is Jacobus’ “old friend” who was reported in the Jan 27th article as asking her to join the Trump effort. I had sent Dornan an email with Facebook conversations he had with Jacobus. They had been sent to my by the political consultant and I asked him to verify their truth.
While he couldn’t get into the specifics of the lunches, conversations etc, because he signed a non-disclose with the Trump team, he was able confirm as valid a Facebook message conversation
Mr. Dornan told me that the following Facebook conversations were absolutely true. They all occurred in May 2015. The first conversation (May 18th) is the key one which proves that the Trump campaign approached her first.
Important Note: Mr. Dornan confirmed both the screen shot above and the typed version of the May 19th messages below:
May 19- Jim to Cheri: He liked you. I thought it went well
May 19-Cheri to Jim:Thanks for arranging the meeting. I am intrigued and am thinking about what I would need. I was just reading the Des Moines Register piece
May 19-Jim to Cheri: TOTAL AGREEMENT!! Corey [Trump’s campaign Mgr Corey Lewandowski] wants to sit down with you next week. I just got off the phone with him. Can you get away for 30 minutes or so? I know your parents are in town