Trump rips CNN again, but this time, CNN blasted him right back

Aaron Brown
November 27, 2017

Lifting a quote from a 200-year-old letter that Jefferson had written to the doctor who treated Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson, his daughter, and tweeting it may seem random and innocuous on the surface, but its timing suggests otherwise.

United States President Donald Trump took a break from golf to back his favourite cable news station and bash the network he finds most damaging. During his recent Asia trip, he tweeted that he was "forced to" watch "fake" CNN, claiming that he has not done so in months.

According to the leader of the executive branch, "the outside world does not see the truth from them!" In a lengthy tweet, Mr Trump on Sunday alleged that CNN represents United States to the world very poorly. "Our job is to report the news".

The president may have already moved onto his next Twitter tirade, but the internet came to the defense of the network, giving reasons why CNN is not the fraudulent company Trump paints it as. Well with US President's Twitter habits, there is no tiresome day on the social media.

The takeaway? Twitter thinks Trump's continuous threats toward CNN aren't just a nuisance - they're a blow to principles of free speech and press freedom.

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Hours later, Comey tweeted a sermon from the late English Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Comey explained hours later that he included the picture because he likes it and it reminded him of his favorite Bible verse.

CNN more adheres to the policy of the democratic party and often criticized trump during the race.

The tweet garnered thousands of reactions.

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