BUSTED: Trump campaign attempts to gaslight America -- by blatantly lying about what the president said in racist tweetstorm
Donald Trump on Instagram (Screenshot)

President Donald Trump's campaign attempted to deny what the commander-in-chief said during a highly-criticized Twitter rant that was labeled by CNN as, "straight-up racist."

On Saturday, Trump tweeted a nativist attack on the four Democratic women of color in Congress known as "The Squad." Despite the fact three of the four were born in America, Trump told them to "go back" to the countries from which they came.

Matt Wolking, the deputy director of communications for rapid response for Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, attempted to deny that Trump told ever told them to "go back" -- despite including a screengrab of Trump's tweet documenting him saying exactly that.

[caption id="attachment_1521988" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Screengrab of the Trump campaign denying what he said while reminding people that he did, in fact, say "go back"[/caption]

Wolking was immediately fact-checked on his denial.

Here is some of what people were saying: