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Politics White House to cancel Times, Post subscriptions after Trump's 'Hannity' comments

20:00  22 october  2019
20:00  22 october  2019 Source:   politico.com

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Trump ’ s “terminate” remarks were interpreted by journalists on Twitter as meaning canceling paper subscriptions , rather than kicking reporters out of the White House . Representatives from the Post and Times declined to comment . While Trump routinely blasts the news media, he seems to care

He told Fox' s Sean Hannity he wants to cancel the White House ' s Washington Post subscription , too. President Trump aired familiar complaints about unfair media coverage on Monday night, this time saying he doesn’t want copies of the New York Times or The Washington Post inside the White

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The White House said Tuesday that it will not be renewing subscriptions to the New York Times and The Washington Post, two papers the president frequently attacks as “fake” and which he suggested canceling the previous night in a TV appearance.

Monday on Fox News’s “Hannity,” President Donald Trump called the New York Times “a fake newspaper” and said “we don’t even want it in the White House anymore.”

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Still, Trump ’ s comment did draw the attention of Ted Boutrous, the attorney who represented CNN’s Jim Acosta and Playboy’s Brian Karem after Instead, Trump went unchallenged in his assertions — ones that he, Rudy Giuliani and Hannity have repeated frequently since House Democrats began

Trump said during a Monday interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the White House may no longer have subscriptions to either paper White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham indicated that canceling the subscriptions is a serious proposal, according to The New York Times ’

“We’re going to probably terminate that and The Washington Post,” Trump said. “They’re fake.”

Trump’s “terminate” remarks were interpreted by journalists on Twitter as meaning canceling paper subscriptions, rather than kicking reporters out of the White House. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham confirmed to POLITICO that he was talking about the Times and Post subscriptions, “which we won’t be renewing.”’

Representatives from the Post and Times declined to comment.

While Trump routinely blasts the news media, he seems to care deeply about how major news outlets — especially the Times, his hometown newspaper — cover him.

Earlier this year in an Oval Office interview with Times reporters and the paper’s publisher, A.G. Sulzberger, Trump complained that he isn't covered fairly.

“Everybody thinks The New York Times treats me terribly. Washington Post also, but The New York Times even more so treats me unbelievably terribly,” Trump said. Since becoming president, he added, “I don’t think I’ve had a good story in The New York Times.”

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