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President Trump appeared to be surprised that it wasn’t typical for newspapers to have armed guards outside of their offices, the New York Times publisher Arthur Gregg Sulzberger claimed.

In a phone interview with the Times’ Mark Landler following Trump’s revelation that he met with Sulzberger earlier this month, Sulzberger recalled telling Trump that newspapers had begun to post armed guards outside of their offices in response to a rise in threats.

Trump appeared surprised that this was not already commonplace, Sulzberger said.

The article goes on to state the following:

In a public statement Sunday, Sulzberger said he met with Trump at the White House determined to discuss how his anti-press rhetoric is “increasingly dangerous,” touching on how the phrase “fake news” is “untrue and harmful” and warning Trump that labeling journalists “the enemy of the people” was even worse.

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