The Media Just Took Fake News To The NEXT Level

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 16: U.S. President Donald Trump answers questions from the media during a news conference announcing Alexander Acosta as the new Labor Secretary nominee in the East Room at the White House on February 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. The announcement comes a day after Andrew Puzder withdrew his nomination. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

There is no denying the evident feud between President Donald Trump and the media.

In the past few months, the President has accused the media of reporting fake news.

Now, it seems they are trying to get creative.

One White House communications official tweeted the following:

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This was in response to a White House correspondent’s suggestive tweet:

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Maybe if false stories cannot draw a crowd, then including conspiracy stories will.

49 COMMENTS

  1. “Oh, brother. Media now openly discussing conspiracy theories.”

    As if the media didn’t extensively cover Trump’s accusations regarding his conspiracy theories regarding Obama’s birthplace.

    Get over yourselves, Trump supporters. EVERY president deals with this. It’s just that other presidents aren’t so egotistical and thin-skinned that they can’t take it. Especially when THEY were the ones dishing it out during the previous administration. Trump may do well (although my Magic 8-Ball says that “all signs lead to no”), but whether he does or not, he’s going to have his detractors. He’s going to suffer leaks. He’s going to have his character attacked.

    But this is literally the EXACT SAME THING that every other president in modern history has handled. If he can’t take the heat, he needs to get his a$$ out of the kitchen.

    • yes but i do believe it was obama supporters screaming racist at all of us questioning anything “his holiness” had to say on anything. he was a community organizer not exactly president material besides the fact his one political job he had before becoming president he nearly never went to. one cannot begin to speak on economic issues unless one has had to be in the private sector as an employer. we’re just tired of the one sided arguments and what is good for the gander is not good for the goose. i hate to quote a comedian but i will. Hannibal Burress asked how a guy can get a job and say okay i’m going to
      take off every day of this new job to find a better one. I’d be
      guessing ofc but I’d say that you would be fired if you did that in the
      private sector.

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