Accuracy in Media

Not one to let an opportunity to criticize the liberal media pass him by, President Trump took to Twitter Sunday to criticize The New York Times’ new “Truth” ad—which takes shots at his administration and will debut tonight during the Oscars—advising the paper that they would be better served if they reported the news “accurately and fairly.”

The fact that the Times is resorting to using its first-ever television ad during the Oscars to defend itself against Trump’s repeated attacks on the paper’s coverage of his administration shows just how deep a nerve he has struck at the nation’s leading liberal newspaper.





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Comments

  • Howleyesque

    Sadly the situation in our nation has reached the point that all too much of our SO CALLED MEDIA has proven itself to be less credible than a used car salesman and what both it AND the idiotic OPPRESSIVES, who call themselves the Democratic party, fail to see is, by serving as the de facto propaganda arm of said party it merely brings ever growing disgust and REFUSAL TO BELIEVE what they say by most of the nation on BOTH! Their continual PRETENSE that WE THE PEOPLE are TOO STUPID too see through them to the truth is an ongoing insult to our collective intellect that is the very REASON FOR their falling viewership numbers.

  • Jean Langford M.

    NEVER HAPPEN FROM A SLIM STREAM LIBERAL NEWS PAPER….FAIR AND ACCURATE….THAT IS A JOKE ….SPOUTING THE DUMBOCRAP DOGMATIC LEFTIST DOGMA OF OBSTRUCTIONISUM AND FAKE NEWS (LIES)….

  • Tannim

    If the P.U. Yuck Grimes still thinks it is the “newspaper of record” for America, then the record must be badly scratched.