Between Donald Trump and Katrina Pierson, I don't know who needs the biggest muzzle. Or, at least, a lesson in history and timelines.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Pierson, the Republican presidential nominee's spokesperson, spoke about Trump apologizing … I mean, honoring … Humayun Khan's death while defending Trump's attacks against the deceased soldier's family. Pierson then went and gave history a little makeover.
"It was under Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton that changed the rules of engagement that probably cost [Khan's] life," she said (2:04 mark).
Well, how could that be, when Khan was killed in Iraq in 2004 and Obama did not become president until 2009?
Of course, social media was ready, and #KatrinaPiersonHistory was created:
Pierson once again proved that she's the perfect Trump spokesperson, since it appears they're sharing the same brain.