A so-called “bipartisan” letter from 58 national security officials condemning the president’s use of an emergency declaration for border security has almost nothing “bipartisan” about it. In fact, it’s a document signed by a who’s who of top Obama administration officials and fiercely anti-Trump figures. But that didn’t stop the media from reporting the story
Army veteran Jake Talbot wore a T-shirt emblazed with the message “2016 Trump for President” when he went to the gym Sunday in Troy, Missouri. Owner Lis Drew said gym members took issue with the “offensive” garb, so she asked Talbot — her friend — not to wear it in her establishment. An uproar ensued.
CNN’s S.E. Cupp criticized what she saw as a lack of journalistic integrity in a Fox News interview of President Donald Trump, saying it was not an interview, but resembled more of an infomercial. Cupp was reacting to video of the interview with Harris Faulkner where the president denied reports that he had broken campaign
A just-released Quinnipiac poll reveals that 59 percent of the American people disapprove of the way the media cover President Trump, while only 35 percent approve. While Trump’s own numbers (in this particular poll) are nothing to shout about, he is in better shape than the media. For example, only 53 percent disapprove of the
Peter Navarro, director of the White House National Trade Council, defended President Donald Trump’s announcement of steel and aluminum tariffs on Thursday. “We can’t really have a country without a solid steel industry and without a solid aluminum industry, and right now, those industries are under siege,” Navarro said in an interview on Breitbart News
President Donald Trump criticized the media again, appearing weary of the ongoing negative coverage of his administration. “So many positive things going on for the U.S.A. and the Fake News Media just doesn’t want to go there,” he wrote on Twitter. “Same negative stories over and over again!” Trump pointed to low approval ratings for