Trump says major media organizations are conspiring against him

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On Tuesday, President Trump again took to Twitter to allege that major media organizations and social networks are in open conspiracy against him.

Trump tweeted: “Facebook was always anti-Trump.The Networks were always anti-Trump hence, Fake News, @nytimes(apologized) & @WaPo were anti-Trump. Collusion?” 

He also tweeted: “But the people were Pro-Trump! Virtually no President has accomplished what we have accomplished in the first 9 months-and economy roaring.”

Trump has been at war with the media since he stepped foot in the presidential office, saying that in their critical coverage of the Russia probe and other events, they are set on painting him as an evil man.

Trump’s tweets on Tuesday come after Facebook this week released thousands of documents to congressional committees regarding the Russian purchase of ads on the social media platform intended to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Trump bashed Facebook last Friday, as well, saying the Russia “hoax” was the result of “totally biased” media coverage.

In his first tweet Friday morning, Trump wrote: “The Russia hoax continues, now it’s ads on Facebook. What about the totally biased and dishonest Media coverage in favor of Crooked Hillary?”

In a follow-up tweet, he said: “The greatest influence over our election was the Fake News Media ‘screaming’ for Crooked Hillary Clinton. Next, she was a bad candidate!”

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