After what could have been tagged, “Attack CNN Tuesday”, President Trump and his administration seem to be championing an unspoken campaign against “fake news”.
Early Wednesday and President Trump is back at it, this time for New York Times saying it writes false stories about him without calling to verify the facts.
The failing @nytimes writes false story after false story about me. They don't even call to verify the facts of a story. A Fake News Joke!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2017
During the White House daily briefings, Tuesday, Deputy Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also blasted the press for coverage of “Trump-Russia hoax”.
Sanders said “I think that we should take a really good look at what we’re focused on, what we are covering and making sure that it’s actually accurate and it’s honest, If we make the slightest mistake, the slightest word is off, it is just an absolute tirade from a lot of people in this room, but news outlets get to go on day after day and cite unnamed sources, use stories without sources”.