President Trump: “Journalism” Has Reached New Low – Nothing More than an “Evil Propaganda Machine for Democrat Party”
President Donald Trump ripped the fake news media on Sunday for being “an evil propaganda machine for the Democrat Party.”
This comes after audio was leaked of New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet telling his staff of propagandists to ditch the Russian collusion nonsense and start focusing on President Trump’s “racism.”
The audio was leaked to Slate Magazine, which published a transcript Thursday.
During the town hall Baquet is heard congratulating his staff for winning two Pulitzer Prizes on the fake Russia collusion story. The Times obviously has no remorse for pushing the biggest media hoax on the country for the last three years.
President Trump tweeted:
The Failing New York Times, in one of the most devastating portrayals of bad journalism in history, got caught by a leaker that they are shifting from their Phony Russian Collusion Narrative (the Mueller Report & his testimony were a total disaster), to a Racism Witch Hunt. “Journalism” has reached a new low in the history of our Country. It is nothing more than an evil propaganda machine for the Democrat Party. The reporting is so false, biased and evil that it has now become a very sick joke…But the public is aware! #CROOKEDJOURNALISM
…..”Journalism” has reached a new low in the history of our Country. It is nothing more than an evil propaganda machine for the Democrat Party. The reporting is so false, biased and evil that it has now become a very sick joke…But the public is aware! #CROOKEDJOURNALISM
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 18, 2019
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