Media Said Pittsburgh Didn't Want Trump to Visit — Here's the Video They Won't Show

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October 31, 2018Oct 31, 2018

The media coverage of President Donald Trump’s visit to Pittsburgh in the wake of the horrific Tree of Life synagogue massacre was extremely one-sided.

“Trump’s Visit to Pittsburgh Divides a City Mourning Victims of Hate,” a New York Times headline reads.

Many other news outlets focused on the small groups of protesters who denounced the president’s visit to the city — even though he was only there to pay his respects to the victims and their families.

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What the media didn’t focus on are the incredible moments that unfolded behind the scenes. One very special moment unfolded at a Pittsburgh hospital where the president and First Lady Melania Trump met with doctors and nurses who treated victims.

In a video posted on Twitter by user @sheryl_mascio, hospital staff are seen cheering as President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pass by in the building.

“Thank you, President Trump!” the hospital workers are heard saying.

“Keep it up!” another person says.

That’s when Trump and Melania stunned them by turning around and greeting them.

President Trump is then seen in the video looking them in the eye and responding, “Great job.” When a male hospital staffer asked to shake his hand, the president gladly agreed.

Watch the video below:

https://twitter.com/sheryl_mascio/status/1057431800354664448

One of the doctors who thanked President Trump had just gotten out of the operating room a few hours earlier.

“See, Trump shakes your hand and there’s no problem,” Trump joked.

The mainstream media may not show you this video, but you can always find these real moments here.

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