Trump Tweets: Goes after mainstream media

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President Trump shot out two Twitter posts Saturday morning, highlighting two big news items of the week, but both attacking the mainstream news media.

First, he chided the media for their lack of coverage on the passage of the budget legislation, tweeting, “Budget that just passed is a really big deal, especially in terms of what will be the biggest tax cut in U.S. history – MSM barely covered!”

Next, the president went after the story of Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who created a media firestorm this week by criticizing his condolence call to a Gold Star widow, whose husband was killed this month while serving in Niger.

Trump blasted out a message that the media should just keep it up, as the whole issue is “killing the Democrat Party.”

“I hope the Fake News Media keeps talking about Wacky Congresswoman Wilson in that she, as a representative, is killing the Democrat Party!” he tweeted.

Indeed, the story has taken on a life of its own, as it has gone from Wilson slamming President Trump, claiming he was insensitive in his condolence call to the widow, to now attacking White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly after he came out in defense of President Trump.

Kelly’s comments included a remark referencing Wilson as an “empty barrel,” which has escalated into calls of racism from Wilson and the left against Kelly.

See President Trump’s tweets below:

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