Trump gets back to media week after massacre

Trump gets back to media week after massacre

World July 6, 2018 08:15

- The American president Donald Trump rescued the American media a week after the shooting at the editorial office of the Capital Gazette. At a meeting in Montana, Trump once again spoke about the 'unfair, bad people' who reported 'fake news'. His audience cheered.

The tirades of Trump against the media are not new; ever since he became president, the Republican gives off to the media continuously and attacks almost every day via Twitter. He regularly calls journalists' the enemies of the free American people. '

After the shooting at the editorial office of Capital Gazette, in which five people died, Trump took a different tone. He condoned all victims and stated that journalists in the US should be able to do their job 'freely and without fear'.

But this message was short-lived, according to Thursday in Montana. Trump also stated that 'some of the best people I know are journalists. But three-quarters is untrue and untrue. They are fake, completely fake. They invent everything: sources, stories. Journalists are really bad people. '

On 26 June, a man who had been angry with the Capital Gazette for years opened fire on the editorial staff of the newspaper.

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