‘Fake News’ upgrade: President Donald Trump invites reporters, including the New York Times, to watch the democratic debate in his cabin aboard Air Force One after he destroyed the media during his campaign meeting
- Trump invited members of the press to watch the Democratic debate aboard Air Force One
- What he said was not saved
- Trump repeatedly tore into the ‘fake news’ media during his Phoenix rally Wednesday night
- The debate led to dramatic television when Democratic contenders destroyed Michael Bloomberg
President Donald Trump spent the “fake news” on Wednesday night at his campaign meeting – just invite the New York Times and other traveling reporters to his private suite on Air Force One to watch some of the democratic debate.
But the president and his assistants insisted that media members should not be able to report his comment on the Democratic snail party that took place on the stage in Las Vegas.
The traveling reporters were invited to Trump’s booth at the presidential level, with a live television feed and comfortable viewing areas.
The president first came in the back of the plane to speak with members of the rotating pool who follow him wherever he travels. He then brought the swimming pool to his cabin to watch the debate while the presidential plane landed in Las Vegas.
Trump invited the press to watch part of the Democratic debate with him, although comments were excluded from the report
It appears that one of the pole members came from the New York Times, a paper Trump regularly attacks.
Trump had spent part of his hour and twenty-two minutes of speech in Phoenix destroying members of the media, including the regular target CNN.
After kicking off comments about two members of the public carrying a World War II veterinarian in his seat, Trump added, “Even Fake News CNN had him in the broadcast.”
After destroying “radical left,” Trump said, “This movement has never taken place, nothing like that and the fake news …”
He praised the murder of ISIS leader Al Baghdadi and then complained: “The fake news won’t tell you that.”
He also argued against ‘fake polls’ and praised favorable ones.
He mocked MSNBC as “MSDNC” and said it was “worse than CNN” and consisted of a “bunch of flunkies.”
Trump called Arizona’s senator Martha McSally, who complained about the “liberal hackmedia in the back.”
Trump opposed what he called ‘fake news’ earlier Wednesday
Trump also spoke to reporters in the back of the plane, as he is seen doign in 2017
Democratic presidential candidates (LR) former mayor of New York City Mike Bloomberg, senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former vice president Joe Biden, former South Bend, mayor of Indiana Pete Buttigieg, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) participates in the primary democratic presidential debate in Paris, Las Vegas on February 19, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada
During his event, audience members shouted to CNN and said every time Trump mentioned “Fake News.”
Strangely enough, Trump praised the execution of the Times, a newspaper he said had gone bankrupt in the past.
“It’s going very well now,” he said. “But you know, one day we won’t be here, and when we’re gone, those papers are in big trouble.”
Trump clearly showed an interest in the debate during his demonstration, which was scheduled for the Democratic meeting. He said about former vice-president Joe Biden at the top of his remarks: “I hear he’s going to be pounded tonight.”
He recorded attacks on Mke Bloomberg for his campaign spending and other tensions, but preferred to let Democrats do his dirty work. “I’m not going to criticize them tonight. Let them go on, “Trump said.
The debate led to dramatic television when Democratic contenders destroyed Michael Bloomberg. A press room at the Trump meeting was half empty, with the national press fixed on the Las Vegas Democratic struggle.
After the plane landed, Trump accelerated the Las Vegas strip to his Trump hotel grounds, where the president, the protective agents and some media members had to spend the night.