President Trump Threatens to Take Away Press Credentials Over Negative Coverage
- Author: Ryan Wade May 11, 2018,
May 11, 2018, 4:19
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday dismissed attacks by former President Barack Obama and two other top administration officials of President Donald Trump's decision Tuesday to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement.
President Trump sent out a tweet that has many in the media concerned as it relates to access to the White House. In response, Drudge-typically a Trump supporter-tweeted, "I fear the future result of Trump's crusade on "fake news" will be licensing of all reporters".
"Why do we work so hard in working with the media when it is corrupt?" he ased, adding: "Take away credentials?".
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He pointed to a Media Research Center report that 90 percent of media coverage of the president was negative.
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Trump was still at is six days later, tweeting that '[n] etwork news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked'.
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Asked if the president is concerned that organizations with business before the government sought access to his administration, Sanders said she hasn't "heard the president express any specific concerns about that". He has specifically mentioned The Washington Post when discussing the idea of removing press credentials in the past.
The Trump White House's relationship with the press returned to the spotlight on April 28 when comedian Michelle Wolf mocked Sanders during her set.
Those last three words are likely to rankle many in the press, and in particular the White House Correspondents' Association. "Presenting an honest portrait of elected leaders", read an article on Wednesday, "even - and especially - against their will is, of course, why the First Amendment to the Constitution cements the role of a free press".
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The press secretary accused the the New York Times of describing the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, as "awol" while he was in fact retrieving American hostages from North Korea and the Washington Post of suggesting that the first lady, Melania Trump, does not live in the White House.