Not so long ago President Trump was taken to task by Hellery's "fact-checkers" -- yes, they're still out there, contributing daily columns to such lamestream organs as Politifact -- for referring, in a speech in Florida on February 18th, to what they said were terrorist attacks in Sweden of which they could find no evidence. In fact, Mr Trump did not use the words "terrorist" or "terrorism", nor did he give a date -- not February 17th or any other date -- for the "problems" to which he referred. Here's what President Trump did say:
Look at what's happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They're having problems like they never thought possible.
Mr Trump explained that "last night" referred to the night on which he saw a TV news report about the "problems", and that "large numbers" refers to large numbers of Muslim migrants. He didn't elaborate on the nature of the "problems". Perhaps he figured that lots of other people saw the TV reports, or were paying enough attention to world news that they would know what he was talking about. In case you were one of those who, like the hacks at Politifact, don't know -- or pretend not to know -- about Sweden's Muslim migrant problem, Mark Steyn explains it (with lurid examples) in this 18-minute video.