The Fake News is working overtime.
She then called any possible action by the president to prevent the press from doing its job an "unconscionable assault on the First Amendment".
Shortly before, the anchors on "Fox & Friends" on Fox News discussed a study by the Media Research Center citing that figure after evaluating the nightly newscasts on ABC, CBS and NBC between January and April. "Take away credentials?" Trump continued.
A stricter licensing system of White House reporters under Trump would presumably be good for Drudge, who has gained close access under the current president.
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That would require an "insurmountable obstacle" to renouncing foreign citizenship, five justices said in a joint decision . Asked if Ms Lamb had retrieved the documents, Mr Shorten said: "I am not aware of each piece of paper that she has".
However, his White House has never denied credentials to news outlets. "The fact that the public has become more favorable towards the president in this environment is the latest sign that the media watchdog's bite isn't as menacing as their bark suggests". In June, July and August, broadcast evening news coverage of Trump was 91 percent negative - worse than the astounding 89 percent negative spin we calculated during the first three months of the administration, usually a traditional honeymoon period for new presidents.
During his campaign, Trump also barred reporters from certain news organizations, including The Washington Post and the Des Moines Register, from covering his rallies and news conferences in a move that was widely condemned by advocates for a free press.
Donald Trump is a liar.
They published a new study about mainstream media coverage of Trump. How many news outlets would that impact?
In a tweet directed at Trump, he wrote: " 'Take away credentials?' These authoritarian impulses of yours are anti-American".