Published: Mon, December 11, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Donald Trump calls foul on 'fake' CNN, WApo news

Donald Trump calls foul on 'fake' CNN, WApo news

Trump was not interested in Weigel's apology, and fired back with "FAKE NEWS, he should be fired". The reporter quickly apologized for the mix-up and had deleted the tweet, because that's generally what you do when you make mistakes. He said he deleted the photo after another reporter "told me I'd gotten it wrong".

Weigel's breezy assessment followed a firestorm of criticism, after he posted a misleading photo of a mostly empty arena, shot prior to Trump's Friday rally in Pensacola, Florida. The photo Weigel shared, however, was taken before all the rallygoers or the president had arrived, and the venue eventually did ultimately fill up to what looked like capacity by the time Trump's speech began. "And when he was later addressed by the president on Twitter, he promptly apologized for it", the post's VP of communications Kristine Coratti Kelly said.

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Dave Weigel, who writes about politics for the Washington Post, put up this picture on Saturday.

Trump has frequently lashed out at media figures in very personal terms. "Watch to see if @CNN fires those responsible, or was it just gross incompetence?" And when he was hospitalized with chest pains, Weigel wrote, "I hope he fails", according to The Daily Caller.

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After the rally on Friday, Trump tweeted out saying, "thank you Pensacola!", noting that the arena "was packed to the rafters". "Was confused by the image of you walking in the bottom right corner". I deleted it after like 20 minutes. So in that context, Weigel's tweet fit perfectly into Trumpworld's perpetual, newly invigorated narrative that the media is out to get the president and pushing out false stories to do so. Trump asked the cheering crowd. After images circulated on social media in January that showed fewer people at his inauguration than former president Barack Obama's, then-press secretary Sean Spicer was dispatched to tell the press, "This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration - period - both in person and around the globe".

"They took this fraudster from ABC they suspended him for a month", Trump continued, referring to ABC News reporter Brian Ross's erroneous report that Michael Flynn was directed to contact Russian officials during the campaign.

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