President Trump sought to "unilaterally" Fake media coverage and "bad journalism" on Saturday in tweaks regarding the coverage of the accusation and arrest of former councilor Roger Stone and the reports that cuts had hit the news like BuzzFeed and Huffington The Tutons came a day after Trump broke the "CNN Fake News" that had a shooting band outside Stone's home while he was arrested by the FBI for hurdles and other allegations in connection with Robert Muller's probe
Trump on Saturday also laughs at CBS News , claiming that his report on Stone ignored details of the "Fake and Unverified Dossier," which Trump described as "a total false snowboard paid by Crooked Hillary CNN, MSNBC mentions the training that
Incorrect journalism has long been a constant topic for Trump and the president Saturday that recent job cuts in news organizations – which have left about 1,000 journalists out of work, according to a report by Buzzeged, was discredited [messages-areanindicationthatheisaccurateinitsassessment
"Ax fits quickly into BuzzFeed and Huffpost!" New York Post, "writes the president. "Fake News and bad journalism have caused a big drop, but many others will follow, people want the truth!"
BuzzFeed announced this week that it has 220 employees – or about 15% of its staff – undergoing restructuring. The news came just days after publishing the revealed report that Trump has ordered his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a potential estate deal in Moscow.
The Special Adviser's Office, Robert Muller, is a rare step in issuing a brief statement stating that the story is "inaccurate," further escalating Trump's claim that it is not believed in most news environments. Meanwhile, Huffington Post sacked 20 journalists as part of Verizon's redundancies, whose media division also includes AOL and Yahoo News.
DERO MURDOCK: THE MEDIA WHO NEVER AGAINST THE MEDIA Parents' press cuts represent a 7% reduction in the workforce. Other media organizations who cut their workers last week included Gannett, the largest newspaper chain in the country that owns USA Today.
In response to Trump, BuzzFeed chief editor Ben Smith wrote that the president's remarks are "a disgusting thing to say about dozens of American workers who have just lost their jobs. "
HuffPost Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen also picked up." 1000 journalists lost their jobs last week, "wrote Polgreen. "Ordinary people with rent to pay, families to support, student credit bills come in. They are workers like everyone else who does not deserve this cruelty."
Many journalists who were left without work received online death threats and anti-Semitic messages.
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Trump often accuses the media of unfair cover and does not emphasize enough "achievements". On Thursday, for example, the president complained about the lack of coverage of corporate profits.
Trump's tirade followed a storm of criticism against the media by many conservatives, especially with regard to the cover of Catholic students from Covington, Kyo. who were offended online because of the alleged harassment of an Indian man – while the additional videos do not show that the children carrying the MAGA hat are not the aggressors for whom they were created.