President Donald Trump blasted ABC again on Thursday and accused the network of having a "double standard."
His comments came in a morning tweet, where he again questioned why Robert Iger, chief executive of ABC's parent Walt Disney Co., has not apologized to him.
The tweet refers to ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross, who the network had suspended for four weeks after incorrectly reporting that Trump, as a presidential candidate, had asked his campaign adviser Michael Flynn to contact the Russians during the campaign.
Trump's tweet is similar to one he posted Wednesday. In that tweet he had noted Iger called Valerie Jarrett to say the network would not tolerate Roseanne Barr's racist tweet about the former adviser to President Barack Obama.
Trump wrote Iger never called to apologize for "the horrible statements" that had been said about him on ABC.
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