Trump takes his media-bashing to a new extreme

Trump takes his media-bashing to a new extreme

Trump takes his media-bashing to a new extreme

Today, Donald Trump has threatened to do the same to NBC. This is a direct violation of the 1st Amendment, yet many Trump supporters seem to be on board with this idea. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins discusses this.

The tweet capped off a day of attacks lodged at the media.

Stephen Colbert opened tonight's Late Show - available on your local CBS station until President Donald Trump figures out a way to make good on his threat to revoke the licenses of the TV networks' stations - looking at Trump's claim of "fake news" about John Kelly. Specifically, one of the things that he's so angry about are the reports about Tillerson calling him a moron, Bob Corker saying that Trump could march us into World War III, and a couple other really inflammatory, but as far as we know true, stories that have come out in the last few days. Now, there's two issues with this.

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It is an independent agency in the federal government.

Moments later Trump retweeted another O'Reilly message, this time explicitly addressing his threat to revoke the "license" of what he perceives to be corrupt, politically motivated media outlets.

The National Association of Broadcasters called it "contrary" to the Constitution for the president to suggest NBC's license be taken away.

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That evening, he returned to the subject in another tweet: "Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked". Schatz. "In 1974, President Nixon and his top aides discussed using the FCC's license renewal process to punish the Washington Post for its Watergate coverage".

"Mr. President: Words spoken by the President of the United States matter".

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