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'Why do you lie about everything?' Critics slam Trump for honoring 9/11 with a picture of the White House staff at attention that was taken MONTHS ago when Omarosa and Hope Hicks were still on his staff (14 Pics)

Donald Trump has been slammed for using a year-old photo to mark the anniversary of 9/11.
On Tuesday the President tweeted: "Departing Washington DC to attend a Flight 93 September 11th Memorial Service in Shanksville, Pennsylvania with Melania."
His comments accompanied a picture of the President, the First Lady and members of the White House staff.
But former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks and Omarosa Manigault Newman left Trump's government months ago.
And twitter users were quick to spot that the photo was old.
Some tweeted that the weather was also different in the US capital saying: "This was not taken today! Why do you lie about everything," one Twitter user wrote.
"It's cloudy and dreary in DC today," added another.
Some tweeted that the weather was also different in the US capital saying: "This was not taken today! Why do you lie about everything," one Twitter user wrote.
"It's cloudy and dreary in DC today," added another.
On September 11, 2001 thousands of people died when al-Qaeda terrorists launched attacks described as the worst terror attack that ever took place on American soil.
They hijacked four planes flying them into the North and South towers of the World Trade Centre in New York; another was flown into the Pentagon; and another into a field in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
President Donald Trump tweeted a photo of himself and the White House staff honoring the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, though the picture appears to be from last year even though it leads people to believe it was taken on Tuesday
Twitter users pointed out that the photo was taken last year since it includes staff members who are no longer working at the White House, among them Omarosa Manigault Newman and Hope Hicks. Newman is seen above with a circle around her
Newman, who was responsible for the White House outreach to the African American community, is seen standing next to Hicks (left), the former communications director
Twitter users also pointed out that First Lady Melania Trump posted a photo of the same event on her account a year ago






Earlier on Tuesday, Trump tweeted praise of then-New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his role in coordinating the emergency response to the 9/11 attacks
Trump also tweeted criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions as voiced by one of his favorite cable news personalities, Lou Dobbs, of Fox Business Channel
Trump drew criticism for using his Twitter feed on 9/11 to continue his public campaign against the Justice Department and the FBI
The president also tweeted about the Russia investigation while insisting 'no collusion'

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