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Politics Trump keeps NYT, WaPo apps on his phone despite cancelling subscriptions: report

03:30  04 november  2019
03:30  04 november  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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President Trump has vowed to cancel all government subscriptions to the New York Times and the Washington Post, declaring that it will save hundreds of Summit.news reports : The proposal comes in the wake of the president canceling the White House’s subscriptions to the print versions of the

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The New York Times and The Washington Post's respective apps remain on President Trump's phone despite his recent decision to end the White House's subscriptions to the two newspapers, according to Axios.

Pedestrians walk by the outside The New York Times building, June 30, 2016 in New York City.© Mike Coppola/Getty Images Pedestrians walk by the outside The New York Times building, June 30, 2016 in New York City.

The news outlet reported Sunday afternoon that a source familiar with Trump's phone confirmed that the two apps are still installed on his phone, despite Trump's public bashing of their reporting.

A request for comment on the president's reading habits from The Hill was not immediately returned. Trump has indicated on Twitter that he continues to read or at least is aware of stories in the Post, tweeting on Oct. 26: "The Fake Washington Post keeps doing phony stories, with zero sources, that I am concerned with the Impeachment scam. I am not because I did nothing wrong."

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Mr. Trump ’s use of his iPhones was detailed by several current and former officials, who spoke on the condition He did not claim there were other factual errors in The New York Times ’ reporting . Mr. Trump keeps the personal phone , White House officials said, because unlike his other two phones

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Trump is a fierce critic of both news outlets, and in September referred to two Washington Post White House reporters as "nasty lightweight reporters" that "shouldn't even be allowed on the grounds of the White House."

The White House ended its subscriptions to the two outlets last month, with Trump telling Fox News's Sean Hannity at the time: "We don't even want it in the White House anymore. We're going to probably terminate that and the Washington Post."

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