United States President Donald Trump took a break from golf to back his favourite cable news station and bash the network he finds most damaging.
".@FoxNews is MUCH more important in the United States than CNN, but outside of the U.S., CNN International is still a major source of (Fake) news, and they represent our Nation to the WORLD very poorly", Trump tweeted.
US President Donald Trump has once again expressed his dissatisfaction with CNN, comparing it unfavorably to Fox News.
"Trump's claim that "the outside world does not see the truth from them" gets an optical boost from Zucker's 11-month-old warning that it would be a "mistake" for the president to maintain an antagonistic posture toward CNN", Borchers writes.
It's interesting that Trump is attempting to paint America's leading news networks as liars when he's now wrapped himself up in his own web of falsehoods. He also commented on a tweet about Joe Scarborough's MSNBC show Morning Joe running a pre-taped segment Friday without making clear it wasn't live, tweeting, "the good news is that their ratings are awful, nobody cares!"
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The pattern seems to be that if news is negative about Trump, then it's "fake news".
CNN responded in a Twitter post that it is "not CNN's job to represent the U.S.to the world". Since the tape's publication, Trump has been accused of sexual assault by several women, NY magazine reports. Trump once denied in a tweet that he has enough free time to watch TV.
"The good news is that their ratings are bad, nobody cares!"
However, the latest Trump attack on CNN attracted some heavyweights into the shouting match, including former CIA and National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden.
Ward also discussed the timing of the president's tweet, which came just hours after it was reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin had signed into law a measure that would force foreign media outlets to register as foreign agents.