Trump bashes CNN and Washington Post

Trump takes aim at CNN and a Washington Post reporter over erroneous reporting

Trump Demands Washington Post Retraction for Writer's Personal Tweet on Crowd Size, Calls for His Firing

The Pensacola News Journal reports Douglas Reiser has worn the handcrafted shirts as a peaceful protest against Trump since the 2016 election.

Trump's tweets attacking Weigel and calling for his termination from the Post were his latest targeting news outlets and reporters on Saturday.

President Donald Trump gave a major shout out to the Blue Angels during his Friday rally in Pensacola, Florida.

"Not only are we defeating these killers, these savage killers, horrible, horrible", Mr Trump told hundreds of supports at a rally in Pensacola, a region a White House spokesman called "Trump country".

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Wray also faced questions about potential legal trouble for Trump personally arising from Mueller's investigation . The firing of James Comey exacerbated the situation, and made Wray's tenure even more challenging.

Trump, who had earlier boasted about the size and enthusiasm of the crowd, contended that the photo was taken hours before he arrived.

He continued, "Real photos now shown as I spoke". "Packed house, many people unable to get in. Demand apology & retraction from FAKE NEWS WaPo!" said the US President as he posted pictures of the event.

Weigel quickly responded to the president's tweet, pointing out that he had deleted the photo from his Twitter account and offering an apology for the error. "Was confused by the image of you walking in the bottom right corner", Weigel wrote on Twitter. I deleted it after like 20 minutes. "Very fair to call me out", Weigel later tweeted. That's an important distinction, because the president, in bad faith, has singled out an individual journalist over a minor mistake and made him a target for - at best - an enormous wave of harassment from Trump's allies and supporters.

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