Today, President Trump unleashed one of his most damning takes on the mainstream media to date…and that’s saying something.
Flag and Cross reports:
The President has long been pushing a negative narrative regarding the corporate media, and with some fairly obvious reasoning: Over 90% of the coverage on cable news tends to be negative in regard to his administration. When he lashes out, he is often chastised and scolded by the same media that he is himself chastising and scolding.
This vicious cycle likely has no end
Today, however, in an effort to deflate the media’s hopefulness on behalf of the democrats, the President was forced to issue a stark reminder to them:
He’s a better negotiator than the democrats, and they’ll now be coming to the republicans with their plans for approval.
Trump, in many ways insinuated that the republicans would still be able to maintain the upper hands in the halls of Congress, thanks in no small part to the Commander in Chief’s ability to broker a deal.
Before today’s bizarre presser, the President had already begun his campaign to frame the midterms as a success, along with issuing a warning to the left:
“Those that worked with me in this incredible Midterm Election, embracing certain policies and principles, did very well,” he wrote. “Those that did not, say goodbye!”
Establishment media focused on Democrats taking the House of Representatives, warning that they would make Trump’s life a “living hell” through investigations of the president.
Trump fired a warning to any Democrats considering the proposal.
“If the Democrats think they are going to waste Taxpayer Money investigating us at the House level, then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of Classified Information, and much else, at the Senate level,” he wrote. “Two can play that game!”
This, combined with the sinking reality that was all too apparent on mainstream news stations during the final hours of last night’s election, has only served to reiterate the President’s accusations against the media.
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