President Trump Fires Barrage of Tweets at “Fake News”


United States President Donald J. Trump has been in a battle with the major media in the United States for a long-time. Calling CNN, MSNBC, and the New York Times to name but a few of his targets, “Fake News”, the President as he often does has taken to Twitter to express his views to the world.

These Tweets from the President come following his musings recently on possible ways to cure COVID-19.

In the video in this report, the President calls out the CNN reporter saying, “CNN is fake news”.

CNN Politics Tweeted:

The United States has 960,896 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 54,265 Americans have died as a result of the virus. 58,220 Americans died in the Vietnam War.

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