CNN Slams Donald Trump Following His "Fake News" Comment

CNN Slams Donald Trump Following His

CNN Slams Donald Trump Following His "Fake News" Comment

Following that tweet, and TIME claiming the president was "incorrect," CNN senior media correspondent Brian Stelter noted that Trump doesn't want to speak to outlets that he feels aren't friendly with him anymore.

He did the same on Sunday, when he alleged CNN global of not correctly portraying news of United States to the world.

Trump's retweet included a link to a list of his accomplishments on the MAGAPill website, which went offline shortly after the president tweeted about it. "The outside world does not see the truth from them!"

From CNN's Twitter account, the organization clarified their position as an enterprise by stating that their "job is to report the news", and Trump's job is to represent the United States to the rest of the globe, not CNN.

The president may have already moved onto his next Twitter tirade, but the internet came to the defense of the network, giving reasons why CNN is not the fraudulent company Trump paints it as. During his recent Asia trip, he tweeted that he was "forced to" watch "fake" CNN, claiming that he has not done so in months.

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Several of CNN's top journalists also entered the fray.

Comey responded, indirectly, on social media.

The president's tweet Saturday is not the first time he's spoken about CNN in terms of the global community.

And just as Time magazine did a day before ("The President is incorrect", went part of the official response; "Not a speck of truth here", added Time Inc.'s chief content officer Alan Murray), CNN fought back.

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