Twitter says Trump's CNN 'smackdown' tweet does not violate site rules

Posted July 05, 2017

In another media assault, posted the week of June 26, Trump blasted MSNBC hosts in a series of tweets.

As a candidate, Trump said that he wouldn't play golf if elected president.

Trump outed CNN after the media company had an article retracted by the USA news network, according to BBC. Trump tweeted. Six weeks later, Trump would clarify that he wasn't talking about his own tapes, but the possibility that someone had them. Notable Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently blocked from using the social network previous year for "inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others".

Trump's approval ratings, hovering around the 40 percent mark, suggest that most Americans reject the contention that he is waging a heroic struggle against malicious media outlets trying to undermine his agenda.

He drew a standing ovation from the crowd, which waved miniature American flags.

Unrepentant, Trump argued over the weekend that his outsized Twitter presence was part of a calculated redefinition of the presidency.

Donald Trump is our duly elected President, everything he says, Tweets and does is Presidential, he is not the Puppet of George Soros, as Mr. Hussein Obama was/is or of GHWB (41) and Dick Cheney as GWB (43) was, and who now has been pastured.

They then turned the talk to the matter of voter fraud, with Taylor saying agrees with states' rights, but does not see why there should be a problem for the government to get the voter rolls, unless they contain public information that does not go along with state laws.

If Trump's goal was deflection, he did a fairly good job.

On Reddit, "HanA**holeSolo" took credit for inspiring the tweet.

CNN issued no such statement for a Shakespeare adaptation that depicted the violent assassination of Trump.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi called the press the "guardians of our democracy" and added that "Violence & violent imagery to bully the press must be rejected". "I should have never even said anything".

"Importantly here, he's a genuine president expressing himself genuinely".

President Donald Trump has tweeted a mock video that shows him pummeling a man in a business suit - his face obscured by the CNN logo - outside a wrestling ring.

It's a narrative that is showing up increasingly on right-wing websites. "This is not really news". Instead of being subtle and smart, they used the hatchet. "They use their movie stars and singers and comedy shows and award shows to repeat their narrative over and over again".

Is the United States witnessing a titanic struggle in which a populist president fights back against a concerted media onslaught waged by liberal-dominated news industry giants supported by wealthy coastal elites? Probably not, at least not at this point.

President Donald Trump has weathered quite a bit of bad news recently-there's the ongoing investigation into his potential ties to Russian Federation, the flailing Republican health care bill that almost nobody in the US wants and the president's steadily declining approval rating, among other things.