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  • Trump To Talk Government Shutdown On Fox News’ New Year’s Eve Special; Slams Dems & “Fake News” Media In AM Tweets

    No big surprise here, but Fox News will wrap up 2018 with an exclusive interview with POTUS Donald Trump. It will air as part of Fox News Channel's All-American New Year, co-hosted by Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery and Pete Hegseth tonight live from Times Square in New York City. According to FNC, Trump will discuss the government shutdown and reveal his New Year’s resolutions for 2019, with what he hopes to accomplish in the coming year. FNC's Griff Jenkins and Carley

    Deadline
  • Fake News? How About No News?

    Authored by Eric Peters via EricPetersAutos.com, Trump gets flak for characterizing the mainstream press as purveyors of Fake News. But what about no news at all? Isn’t lack of coverage even worse than biased coverage? Well, how much news have you heard or read about the gilets jaunes – or “yellow vest” – protests in France? CNN hasn’t got anything on its main page today (Jan. 9). Neither did NBC or CBS. Lots of the usual – endless – carpet-chewing coverage of Trump, though. And also of...

    Zero Hedge
  • The media gave Trump control of the news cycle

    President Trump will reportedly issue his first Oval Office address on Tuesday to discuss the government shutdown and border negotiations. News networks, which favored playing footage of empty podiums awaiting the race-baiting reality television host and professional celebrity during his campaign, always at the expense of his purportedly more serious Republican competitors, are now debating whether to stream the president of the United States addressing American citizens about a pressing funding...

    Washington Examiner
  • When media are quiet about financial news, you know the economy's strong

    Stock market gains go unreported

    www.americanthinker.com
  • Trump Slams "Crazed Lunatics" In The "Fake News Media"

    Though trash is piling up in National Parks and the partial government shutdown is now tied for the second-longest on record, President Trump is riding high after Friday's blockbuster jobs report, which sent US stocks soaring. But that hasn't stopped him from lashing out at one of his favorite targets - the "fake news" media - on Monday, even as the first round of trade talks with China have begun in Beijing and stocks are pointing to a higher open. In a series of tweets, Trump slammed the...

    Zero Hedge
  • Poll: 58 Percent of Americans Feel ‘Misunderstood by the News Media’

    In a Pew Research Center poll released Friday, a majority of Americans and nearly three-quarters of Republicans responded that “news organizations don’t understand people like them” and not only that, but this disturbing answer came regardless of their news consumption habits. When asked whether “news organizations understand people like them,” 40 percent of Americans polled agreed while 58 percent replied that the press “don’t understand

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