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Trump: my White House is very well, the bad news is false news

  • Author:July
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on:2017-02-23
Donald Trump claimed on Thursday that his administration is 'running like a fine-tuned machine, despite the fact that I cannot get my cabinet approved.'

He ignored a week which saw him fire his national security adviser for lying to the vice president, and a mounting tide of leaks from inside his White House and his intelligence agencies – instead turning on the media.
The president complained that the national press corps continues to portray his work unfairly, suggesting that dishonest reporters are responsible for the lack of credit he gets from the public.
'I turn on the TV, open the newspapers – and I see stories of chaos, chaos,' Trump complained in his first solo press conference since taking over the Oval Office. 'Yet it is the exact opposite.' 'Much of the media in Washington, D.C., along with New York and Los Angeles speaks not for the people, but for the special interests,' he claimed.


He took direct aim at the cable news network, saying both that he watches it and can no longer stomach its bias.
'I mean, I watch CNN. It's so much anger and hatred, and just – the hatred!' Trump said. 'I mean, I don't watch it anymore.'
Late in the press conference the president called on a TV journalist with a British accent.
'Where are you from?' he asked.
'BBC,' came the reply.
'Here's another beauty,' an exasperated Trump complained.
'It's a good line,' the jovial Sopel played along. 'Impartial, free and fair.'
'Yeah, sure. Just like CNN, right?' the president asked him.
The president claimed Thursday that he came into office amid a world crumbling at its foundations and with the threat of a disintegrating economy handing over his head – and gets little credit from reporters for taking action.
'As you know, our administration inherited many problems across government and across the economy. To be honest, I inherited a mess. It is a mess, at home and abroad, a mess,' Trump said.
'We will take care of it, folks. We're going to take care of it all. I just want to let you know, I inherited a mess.'
Trump's chief practical complaint – that the smooth running of his administrative gears has gone unnoticed – took the form of a lament that his chief of staff has been forced to focus on crisis communications instead of issues management.
'I love to negotiate things. I do it really well. ... But I want to just tell you: The false reporting by the media – by you people, the false, horrible, fake reporting – makes it harder to make a deal with Russia,' he said.
'The press honestly is out of control,' he exclaimed at one point. 'The level of dishonesty is out of control.'
Talk of Flynn's Russia ties, he said, 'was all a fake-news fabricated deal to try and make up for the loss of the Democrats, and the press plays right into it.'
'Tomorrow they will say, "Donald Trump rants and raves at the press." I'm not ranting and raving. I'm just telling you you're dishonest people.'
'Some of the media is fantastic, I have to say. They are honest and fantastic. Much of it is not.'
'The distortion ... we are not going to let it happen because I am here, again, to take my message straight to the people,' he said. 'I want to see an honest press,' he said later. 'The public doesn't believe you people anymore. Now maybe I had something to do with that? I don't know.'