Note: Ohhh my goodness, these recent developments with the MSM FakeNews machine is a blast to observe. The article includes too many Tweets and short video’s to publish here, so there’s a link to the ZeroHedge article below. In-joy your front row seat to the 3-Ring Circus unfolding in DC!
Who’s got the popcorn? I passed it awhile ago 😉
President Trump blasted the “out of control” dishonesty of the mainstream media during a Thursday press conference, accusing reporters of distorting facts to help special interests.
At the start of a nearly two-hour announcement, which was meant to introduce the new pick for Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta and promptly turned into a fiery, at times rambling back and forth with members of the press more reminiscent of his campaign speeches, which covered leaks to the media, Russian relations, immigration policy, the final fate of ObamaCare and a multitude of other subjects, President Trump rejected portrayals of chaos in his administration and claimed “incredible” progress in his first four weeks in office, lashing out at media organizations he said “will not tell you the truth.”
“I’m not ranting and raving, I’m just telling you you’re dishonest people,” Trump told the press.
Trump opened the speech with what Bloomberg dubbed a 25-minute tirade in which he pointed to the stock market’s performance as evidence of his early accomplishments and said news organizations work “for the special interests and for those profiting off a very, very broken system.” He mentioned that a Rasmussen poll found that he had 55 percent approval – Gallup’s most recent tracking poll found he had 40 percent support — and said “the stock market has hit record numbers, as you know.”
“I’m here today to update the American people on the incredible progress that’s been made the last four weeks since my inauguration,” Trump said. “I see stories of chaos. It’s the exact opposite. This administration is running like a fine-tuned machine.” “There’s zero chaos” he claimed, and pivoted to Obama: “To be honest I inherited a mess,” Trump said. “It’s a mess. At home and abroad.” READ MORE