Earlier in the day, Trump blasted CNN and its worldwide arm in a tweet, accusing the network of spreading "fake" news and representing the U.S.
"The outside world does not see the truth from them!" he wrote.
Shortly before Donald Trump retweeted the link to MAGAPill's list of his accomplishments, CNN responded to his tweet about its global division being "a major source of (Fake) news". To those who follow Comey's semiregular Twitter activity, his tweets are subtle jabs at political leaders, particularly at the one who fired him. While the president regularly dismisses their work as "fake", it's anything but.Читайте также: Bali Volcano Shuts Down Flights, Sends Residents Scrambling to Safety
President George W. Bush's former speechwriter noted that while journalists in the United States are protected by the First Amendment, not all countries have strong free speech laws. Former FBI director James Comey also seemed to weigh in on the president's words when he tweeted about the freedom of the press.
His latest tweet comes about a week after the Department of Justice sued to block AT&T's proposed $85-billion purchase of Time Warner Inc., which owns CNN.
Trump's tweet-thanks to Maga Pill came three days into the president's Thanksgiving holiday weekend in Florida, a getaway stuffed with golf and media rumination. Given the context, Trump's attack on CNN seems particularly timely. "It's not CNN's job to represent the USA to the world".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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