‘2016: Obama’s America” co-director Dinesh D’Souza is calling claims that he cheated on his wife “libel” — but that didn’t keep him from resigning as president of conservative King’s College in New York City in the wake of the accusations.
The right-winger behind the second-most successful documentary in history, an 89-minute attack on President Barack Obama, was seen at a Christian conference with a woman who was not his wife, and the pair reportedly shared a hotel room to boot.
The accusations came from World Magazine, an outlet that claims a “Christian world view.” D’Souza does not deny that the woman was his fiancee (he has since broken the engagement), but he says that he is “not having an affair,” because the World neglected to mention that he has been separated from his wife, Dixie, for more than two years.
“This is viciousness masquerading as righteousness,” D’Souza told Fox. “And this is the behavior that is truly worthy of Christian condemnation.”
Can you separate this week’s actual Donald Trump tweets from the fakes?
“My Twitter has become so powerful that I can actually make my enemies tell the truth.”
“Newsweek ending print edition — sad. Now my Newsweek covers mean nothing — they lost all credibility. TIME to follow?”
“Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again — just watch. He can do much better!”
“Robert I’m getting a lot of heat for saying you should dump Kristen — but I’m right. If you saw the Miss Universe girls you would reconsider.”
“Amazing — my tweets are covered across every spectrum from @espn to @politico to @WSJ.”
“Initial reports say 2nd debate viewership dropped. See what happens when I am not mentioned?”
“The Coca Cola company is not happy with me — that’s okay, I’ll still keep drinking that garbage.”
“It’s amazing — my weekly scheduled interviews on @foxnews and @CNBC draw the highest ratings. And they get bigger week by week.”
Answer: They are all real.
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