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Trump Proposes 'Fake News Trophy' Competition

Trump Proposes 'Fake News Trophy' Competition
(AP)

By    |   Monday, 27 November 2017 11:23 AM

President Donald Trump on Monday lashed out again at mainstream news outlets, suggesting that there should be a trophy for the "most dishonest, corrupt and/or distorted" coverage of himself.

Trump pointedly excluded Fox News, with which he's sat down for several interviews since taking office, and which has offered much more positive coverage of him than other news networks, from the competition.

The president later attacked MSNBC's "Morning Joe" directly, saying that "nobody cares" about the fact that their post-Thanksgiving show was pre-taped because "their ratings are terrible."

Scarborough responded to Trump in a pair of tweets, which have since been deleted, saying to the president: "You care. Oh, how you care so much" with a laughing emoji, according to Politico. 

The MSNBC host added that Trump is his show's "most obsessed viewer" with another laughing emoji.

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President Donald Trump on Monday lashed out again at mainstream news outlets, suggesting that there should be a trophy for the "most dishonest, corrupt and/or distorted" coverage of himself.
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2017-23-27
Monday, 27 November 2017 11:23 AM
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