The amount of fake news pumped out by the MSM is getting on President Trump’s last nerve. He’s been putting up with arbitrary scandals and journalistic hit pieces ever since he first took office. Now, Trump is taking steps to cut out the negativity surrounding him.
The president believes that the New York Times and the Washington Post newspapers no longer deserve to reside in the White House. So, the White House is canceling its subscription to their newspapers with no plans for renewal.
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) also shared his thoughts on the matter.
Last night, @realdonaldtrump told @seanhannity that The New York Times is a "fake newspaper" he doesn't want in the White House. Trump's right, and everyone but @GOPleader McCarthy knows it. Restore my committees, Kevin, and stop reading the NYT. https://t.co/AxdmEX2F6K #MAGA
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) October 22, 2019
At the end of the day, why would the president want to surround himself and his staff with a constant barrage of negativity in the form of fake news? Trump would be a fool to allow himself to be brought down all the time, and he knows his limits. This is what happens when news organizations throw away their credibility for the sake of political favors. Maybe if more people cancel their subscriptions, these so-called journalists would finally get the message — but probably not.
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