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Subscribe now. Shape Created with Sketch. President Trump's most shocking attacks on the media Show all The President-elect's anger was due to the publishing by Buzzfeed of unverified memos that implicated Michael Cohen in Russian collusion. CNN had reported on a briefing of Obama and Trump on the memos by US intelligence chiefs, but knowing the content to be unverified had not revealed it.
President Trump said this of journalists during a visit to the CIA on the the day following his inauguration. His claim of having the largest crowd of any inauguration ceremony in history had been debunked and he clearly wasn't happy. President Trump commonly addresses the New York Times in this way, contrary to its increasing profit margins and expanding global readership.
He is pictured here in the midtown Manhattan office of the paper.
President Trump has since repeated the claim that such news outlets are the enemy of the people, often after they break negative stories about him. That the article was "made up", while highly doubtful at the time, seems even less likely since Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about the same phone call. Protesters gathered outside of the New York Times office after Trump's White House barred a number of publications from attending a press briefing on February 24 CNN is a common target for President Trump and here he suggests that he is getting the better of the network through his repeated attacks.
In a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on October 11 , President Trump suggested that the press ought not to be allowed their constitutionally secured freedom. He added "people should look into it", suggesting that he also doesn't respect the protection of sources. At the time, he was angry at an NBC report claiming that the President had expressed a desire to return the size of the US' nuclear arsenal to its s height, a claim that he and others in his administration dismissed as fake news.
In a tweet on 9 May , President Trump conflated negative reporting about him with fake news. In a press conference with the Prime Minister on his visit to Britain, President Trump disputed claims published in the Sun that he had criticised Mrs May's Brexit strategy.
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At a Republican rally in Pennsylvania on August 3 , President Trump deemed all journalists in attendance "horrible, horrendous people". He later denounced the "fake, fake, disgusting news" for falsely reporting that he was late to his meeting with the Queen when visiting Britain. Zeid singles out the President's repeated claim that the fake news negative coverage media is the "enemy of the people" as dangerous.
President Trump claimed that any report citing anonymous sources is fiction. The protection of sources is a vital matter of press freedom, without it a potential source's fear of repercussions could lead them to withhold important information. At a press conference in the wake of the midterms, President Trump clashed with CNN's Jim Acosta when he asked about the President's use of language during the campaign.
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There has long been a class of people in this country that not only hate their nation they have utter contempt for what they view as their social inferiors. This is a class that like to pretend they believe in social progress but in truth care nothing for the working class, in truth they hate people that are poorer than them, and they envy those richer than them in equal measure. Brexit is unbearable to them, an upstart working class that in their view have a poor grasp of economics and geo politics need to be saved from themselves - the brazen justification of a second referendum or as the columnist Mathew Parris seems to prefer the suspension of democracy altogether last month.
Parris was born in South Africa, he went to public school and from there to Cambridge and then Yale, probably the only working class people he has ever engaged with are the ones he ran into when cottaging on Clapham Common - a practice he openly admits to. Be under no illusion here, the likes of Parris hate us and everything we believe in, theirs is a world of smug self-satisfaction that provides a veneer for some deeply unpleasant views.
These people have no sense of shame just an overwhelming sense of entitlement. If Brexit fails and they secure their hold over our country they will exact a terrible revenge on us — to paraphrase George Orwell - imagine a vision of the future with a human face being stamped on forever by an effete delta male, that is what lies before us.