The Donald Trump declared the media spreading the wrong News

(Lawsiteblog) The media came back to the US President Donald Trump. He declared the media spreading the wrong news as a public enemy. Last year's president, Enanha Trump, had declared misleading people as an enemy on which President Trump tweeted that if the media spread out the wrong news, he is also an enemy of the public. It is clear that relations between the US President and the journalists were endangered since days, some time ago, Donald Trump refused to answer a journalist's question during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Thessaleme.
(Lawsiteblog) The media came back to the US President Donald Trump. He declared the media spreading the wrong news as a public enemy. Last year’s president, Enanha Trump, had declared misleading people as an enemy on which President Trump tweeted that if the media spread out the wrong news, he is also an enemy of the public. It is clear that relations between the US President and the journalists were endangered since days, some time ago, Donald Trump refused to answer a journalist’s question during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Thessaleme.

(Lawsiteblog) The Donald Trump declared the media spreading the wrong News 

The media came back to the US President Donald Trump. He declared the media spreading the wrong news as a public enemy.

Last year’s president, Enanha Trump, had declared misleading people as an enemy on which President Trump tweeted that if the media spread out the wrong news, he is also an enemy of the public.

It is clear that relations between the US President and the journalists were endangered since days, some time ago, Donald Trump refused to answer a journalist’s question during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Thessaleme.

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