Blame animosity towards Trump on United States mainstream media

Malcolm Fuller
February 26, 2017

"They shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name, ' Trump told an enthusiastic crowd of conservatives at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference gathering outside Washington, D.C".

Priebus alluded to his contacts with the Federal Bureau of Investigation over the weekend, telling Fox News that "the top levels of the intelligence community" had assured him that the allegations of campaign contacts with Russian Federation were "not only grossly overstated but also wrong".

Late Friday evening, on a day when his press office barred top news organizations from a briefing, Trump also again attacked the news media in a tweet, accusing the "fake news media" of "knowingly" report untrue stories and calling it "a great danger to the country".

Westfield Senator Don Humason said, he is supportive of the President bringing critical issues to Washington, but it is really up to the people on the outcome.

Both of the president's claims can not be true.

One man in the audience asked Lance whether he would sponsor legislation to compel Trump to release his tax returns. On Friday, the Post reported that the White House had asked the chairman of the House and Senate intelligence committee to counter news reports about Trump's ties to Russian Federation.

Though his remarks were likely pre-written, he clearly diverged from their exact wording, riffing and going on tangents in his typical off-the-cuff style.

"Many of these groups are part of the large media corporations that have their own agenda", Trump told CPAC attendees.

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Even before Trump's speech on Friday, some journalists had raised the alarm level to DEFCON 2, citing honor rolls of journalists who had been killed or imprisoned for the public's right to know and reminding Trump that, contrary to his slur, reporters were not the "enemy of the people".

But "more recently it's provocation, street fighting with liberals, and identity politics for aging white Christians" - embodied by the (eventually canceled) invitation of Milo Yiannopoulos to keynote the conference, and, of course, the embrace of Trump. "I think there are multiple ways you can resist against Trump, and I think this is one way that's extremely effective. This is the kind of person that the country needs and we need it now". I'm not against the press, and I don't mind bad stories if I deserve them. There were no nine people.

They say that we can't criticize their dishonest coverage because of the First Amendment. They have no sources. A third (33 percent) said they had a "very unfavorable" view, while 14 percent had a somewhat unfavorable view.

US intelligence services have concluded Russian Federation intervened in the USA election by hacking into Democratic National Committee emails and leaking them, as well as pushing fake reports aimed at hurting the reputation of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

The most senior Democrat on the committee, Adam Schiff, said if the White House indeed contrived to have intelligence officials contradict unfavourable news reports, it threatened the independence of the intelligence community.

It is hard to imagine that Dubke would encourage the president to keep contradicting himself.

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