He directly condemned the president's use of the term "fake news" to inaccurately denigrate coverage he doesn't like.
At one moment in the press conference on Friday, CNN's Jim Acosta attempted to ask Trump a question. "CNN's fake news. I don't take questions from CNN", Trump said abruptly, calling on Acosta's Fox counterpart.
Trump lashed out at the network after CNN reporter Jim Acosta tried to ask him a question.
'John Roberts of Fox [News Channel]!
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Though CNN-bashing is no new thing for Trump, many wondered at the fact that he went out of his way during an global press conference to insinuate that CNN is not a real network, and the fact that other media outlets allowed it to happen. Fox News reporter John Roberts addressed the incident, saying Trump's allegations were unfounded. 'Mr President, I must object.
The press conference ended without Trump answering any questions from CNN.
Roberts also referenced his own previous role at CNN.
He was later slammed on Twitter for not defending Acosta or ceding the microphone to him. "To issue a blanket condemnation of the network as "fake news" is also unfair", he said. "And she's a total professional because when I saw her this morning I said, "I want to apologize because I said such good things about you", and she said, "don't worry, it's only the press". She is honest as the day is long. "I didn't criticize the prime minister", Trump falsely claimed.
"That's not what I said".
Mason took it off and asked his question. When asked about the video that recently surfaced of White House Chief of Staff looking displeased when President Trump said that "Germany is a captive of Russia", Sanders stated that Kelly's reaction was due to the contents of the breakfast of pastries and cheese, according to Salon. For the President to call her dishonest is unfair.