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World Trump blasts 'fake news' CNN at press conference

16:17  06 july  2017
16:17  06 july  2017 Source:   usatoday.com

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The president of CNN strongly criticized President Donald Trump on Wednesday for his anti-media rhetoric, just hours after the network discovered that a pipe bomb had been sent to its headquarters in New York. "There is a total and complete lack of understanding at the White House about the Trump has frequently criticized CNN and other media organizations as "the fake news ," and even going so far as to label them "the enemy" of the American people — a characterization that often draws hearty applause and boos directed at the press at his rallies. Matt Dornic, a CNN spokesperson, noted that

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WARSAW — President Trump used his first-ever press conference on foreign soil to blast television networks that he says have treated him unfairly — and suggested he has that in common with a Polish president who has been accused of restricting press freedoms.

"They have been fake news for a long time. They've been covering us in a very dishonest way. Do you have that too, Mr. President?" he said at a press conference with Poland's Andrzej Duda.

Duda's Law and Justice Party has drawn criticism from the European Union for laws exerting more government control over state-owned media and restricting who can cover the Polish parliament.

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President Trump used his first press conference in months to continue his attack on CNN and other media outlets he doesn’t like. It was a two-part question, but Trump decided to take the second part—concerning the video meme he posted to Twitter of him wrestling with the CNN logo—first. The president took the golden opportunity to declared that CNN has “been fake news for a long time,” adding, “They've been covering me in a very, very dishonest way.”

And in a follow-up to Trump's answer, Duda railed against his own television networks, which he accused of refusing to cover his recent visit to Croatia. He said the media in the United States and Poland share "a lot of the same pathologies."

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The press criticism marked a contrast from President Obama, who was often critical of the the media but used his foreign visits to encourage greater press freedom. In fact, Obama used his visit to Warsaw last year to pressure Duda's government to adopt more press-friendly policies.

“That’s what makes us democracies, not just by the words written in constitutions or in the fact that we vote in elections, but the institutions we depend on every day -- such as rule of law, independent judiciaries and a free press," Obama said then.

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The president of CNN strongly criticized President Donald Trump on Wednesday for his anti-media rhetoric, just hours after the network discovered that a pipe bomb had been sent to its headquarters in New York. "There is a total and complete lack of understanding at the White House about the seriousness of their continued Trump has frequently criticized CNN and other media organizations as "the fake news ," and even going so far as to label them "the enemy" of the American people — a characterization that often draws hearty applause and boos directed at the press at his rallies.

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Responding to a question from the U.K.'s Daily Mail newspaper, Trump singled out CNN, whose aggressive coverage of the Trump campaign's ties to the Russian government has prompted a long-running feud. "NBC equally as bad, despite the fact that I made them a fortune with the apprentice, but they forgot that," he said. (He later called on an NBC reporter, who asked a question about Russia.)

His remarks followed his Sunday tweet depicting him body-slamming a faceless figure with the CNN logo superimposed over his head. That video originated with a user on a Reddit messaging board, who CNN tracked down. CNN did not release the user's real name because he apologized for the video and other offensive posts, but the network said it reserved "the right to publish his identity should any of that change."

Trump weighed in on that controversy, saying, "I think what CNN did was unfortunate for them."

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