‘I’m President and They’re Not’: Trump Attacks Media during Faith Rally

In a Twitter message on Saturday morning, Mr. Trump pronounced that “numerous states are refusing to give information to a really renowned VOTER FRAUD PANEL. What are they perplexing to hide?”


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Mr. Trump set adult a Presidential Advisory Commission on Voter Integrity to find justification for his debunked explain that millions of votes were expel illegally in a 2016 presidential election. On Wednesday, a organisation sent a minute to all 50 secretaries of state seeking for personal information about a nation’s 200 million voters.

The response from many of a state voting officials was a resounding “no.” In Mississippi, a secretary of state, Delbert Hosemann, a Republican, said: “My respond would be: They can go burst in a Gulf of Mexico.”

Mr. Trump’s twitter suggests that he is not happy with those responses, though it is misleading what he can do about them. The elect authority told news organizations on Friday that it was adult to any state to confirm what information to share with a panel.

The boss started his Saturday twitter charge on a certain note, offering a “Happy Canada Day” to a people of that nation and to his “new found friend” Justin Trudeau, a primary minister.

But his tinge fast incited negative.

He continued his conflict on Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, a hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” dual days after saying on Twitter that Ms. Brzezinski had been “bleeding badly from a face-lift” during a amicable eventuality final year.

On Saturday, he added: “Crazy Joe Scarborough and reticent as a stone Mika are not bad people, though their low rated uncover is dominated by their NBC bosses. Too bad!”

Taking note of MSNBC’s preference to end a new uncover hosted by Greta Van Susteren, a former Fox News anchor, Mr. Trump asserted that she “was let go by her out of control bosses during @NBC @Comcast given she refused to go along w/ ‘Trump hate!’”

In fact, Ms. Susteren’s show, “For a Record,” had struggled with really low ratings given she arrived during a network about 6 months ago.

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Mr. Trump also continued his peppery critique of CNN.

The boss wrote: “I am intensely gratified to see that @CNN has finally been unprotected as #FakeNews and rubbish journalism. It’s about time!”

The boss might have been referring to a latest dark camera video constructed by James O’Keefe, a worried activist. The video appears to uncover a writer for CNN’s “New Day” module job Mr. Trump “a clown” and “crazy,” among other things. The writer also appears to contend American electorate are “stupid.”

Mr. O’Keefe’s prior videos have been found to be selectively edited and designed to calumniate his subjects.

A orator for CNN declined to comment.

Mr. Trump and his family are spending several days during his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. He returned to Washington quickly on Saturday night to broach remarks during a “Celebrate Freedom” rally on interest of veterans during a Kennedy Center.

At a unison hall, Mr. Trump stood in front of a vast American dwindle and dripping adult a devotion of a throng of mostly devout supporters who roared their capitulation of his guarantee to urge eremite liberty, quarrel confirmed interests, win battles opposite terrorists and contend “Merry Christmas” again.

“Above all else, we know this: In America, we don’t ceremony government. We ceremony God,” Mr. Trump said, bringing a throng to a feet again.

Mr. Trump told a story of an 89-year-old infantryman who fought in a Battle of a Bulge in World War II and was during a event. And he introduced a infantryman who had been harm in his fifth deployment overseas.

“Your legacy, like a gratitude, will live forever,” he said.


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