Freedom of the press
That was central to the argument levied at President Trump. Whether he was concerned that his comments would undermine the people’s confidence in the freedom of the press.
Among the replies, “I was there, I know when something positive is being sold as just okay or even negative.” “People don’t believe you anymore.” “People deserve an honest media.”
An honest media
He also staunchly defended his administration’s work on everything from the economy to energy to security. “This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine,” he said.
Calling out CNN directly saying “Story after story after story is bad” he went on to describe the false amplification of news related to “Rights” that had nothing to do with the “Real News,” about the leaks. Saying, “You’re saying there are fires where there aren’t.” and concluded by saying “The public is smart they understand it.”
He dismissed recent reports that campaign aides had been in contact with Russian officials before his election. Trump called the reports a “ruse” and said he had “nothing to do with Russia.” Trump added, “Russia is fake news. This is fake news put out by the media.” – Fox News
In the wake of the Flynn reports and other damaging stories, Trump also has sworn to find out who is leaking sensitive information.
The liberal tone of President Trump’s coverage has been hateful, biased, and built by the media who are paid by companies that would rather see riots and division than peace and prosperity. Many Republicans are already boycotting the companies they feel are responsible.