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Politics Trump lashes out at networks, newspapers: All I see is 'hatred of me'

14:15  23 march  2020
14:15  23 march  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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President Donald Trump has lashed out at reporters as he defended his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Trump said he was using the Defence Production Act to order American businesses to manufacture and send supplies, like testing kits, ventilators and masks, to hospitals set to be

President Trump late Sunday lashed out at a group of news networks and newspapers over their coverage of his administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak, claiming that all he's seen is "hatred of me."

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: Trump lashes out at networks, newspapers: All I see is 'hatred of me' © Getty Trump lashes out at networks, newspapers: All I see is 'hatred of me'

"I watch and listen to the Fake News, CNN, MSDNC, ABC, NBC, CBS, some of FOX (desperately & foolishly pleading to be politically correct), the [New York Times], & the [Washington Post], and all I see is hatred of me at any cost," Trump said on Twitter.

"Don't they understand that they are destroying themselves?" he asked.

Trump has regularly attacked the press since entering the White House, often referring to reporters as "fake news" and the "enemy of the people. Last week, Trump railed against an NBC reporter, calling him "terrible," after being asked what he'd say to Americans who are scared.

His tirade against the group of news outlets came after a day in which several state and federal lawmakers called on the president to use his authority to help health systems being overwhelmed by a surge of patients.

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said on CNN that states were overpaying for medical equipment and states were being forced to compete each other for much-needed resources. Rather than a competition, it "should have been a coordinated effort by the federal government," he said.

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"It's a wild, wild West out there, and indeed [we're] overpaying for PPE because of that competition," Pritzker said.

Trump railed against Pritzker and CNN just hours later, tweeting that they "shouldn't be blaming the Federal Government for their own shortcomings."

Pritzker tweeted in response that Trump "wasted precious months when you could've taken action to protect Americans & Illinoisans."

"Get off Twitter & do your job," Trump said.

Speaking at a White House briefing on Sunday, Trump said that he would not rejected calls to ramp up production of critical medical supplies through the use of the Defense Production Act.

He said that he's used the DPA as a source of leverage in negotiations with companies to persuade them to manufacture equipment. But he contended that the DPA would nationalize industries and that he was not in favor it. DPA does not nationalize industry, rather allows government to direct private businesses to make certain supplies.

"We're a country not based on nationalizing our business. Call a person over in Venezuela," Trump told reporters. "How did nationalization of their businesses work out? Not too well."

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