Trump Issues Warning to CNN, NYT, MSNBC: ‘Not Reporting with Credibility Has Consequences’

President Donald Trump has issued a warning to several corporate media outlets over their lack of credibility.

Trump unloaded on the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, and MSNBC in a series of videos posted to social media by his 2024 campaign.

In the videos, Trump slams the “fake news media” as “stupid and corrupt.”

Trump said:

“The fake news media like CNN, MSDNC – which is sometimes referred to as MSNBC –the Washington Compost – which is sometimes referred to as the Washington Post – and the failing New York Times are doing really, really badly and closing up shop all over the place.

“CNN is shuttering its longtime headquarters building and the money-losing Washington Post is being peddled all over to see whether or not somebody wants to buy it.

“In the meantime, they’re firing massive numbers of people.

“Not reporting with credibility has its consequences.

“The future of the fake news looks bleak and that’s a positive thing, but beware the Marxists and communists, which are well represented in our government.

“Many of them got there by fake news, so we have to stop it,” Trump asserts.

“It’s very simple; no ratings equal no money.

“They got no money because they have no ratings.

“That’s what fake news gets you.

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“People are wise to it,” the 45th president notes.

“If they’d cover the news fairly, accurately, with a passion for our country, this wouldn’t be happening to the Washington Post.

“People don’t want fake news,” Trump correctly highlights.

“I say they are stupid and corrupt because the election’s a long ways away, almost two years.

“But do not fear, many giant rallies and other events are coming up very soon.

“It will all be wild and exciting, and we’re going to bring our country back.”


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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