It seems like everyone in Washington is now talking about “fake news” in the form of fake news articles and videos.
This is great news, but if you ask yourself if we are actually in a time when the President has to worry about the media, I think the answer is no.
And even if we did, there is no evidence that the President’s attention has been diverted from the President and the job at hand.
President Trump has consistently been able to control the media coverage, which is why it has been so difficult to stop him from repeating false and harmful stories.
It is no secret that President Trump and his administration have been plagued by fake news and falsehoods, but the media has largely failed to hold him accountable for these attacks.
We need to be able to say that the fake news has been dealt with and that the media will have to move on to the real news.
As I’ve said, I have no doubt that the president will be able and will continue to be successful as a president, but I think there is still a lot of room for improvement.
We also need to address the issues of bias and political bias in the media.
In this election cycle, the media outlets have treated President Trump unfairly, which has been a source of immense pain to many Americans.
But it is also important to remember that this is not an election campaign.
It’s not about Trump’s ability to fix the media’s bad coverage, and it’s not even about the fact that the press has done a great job of covering the administration.
This election is about who is most accountable to the American people, and that includes the president and his team.
The American people want the media to be fair and objective.
We know that the most important part of our democracy is the ability of the press to report the news.
But the president’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has gone too far in her attacks on President Trump, saying that it is “fear mongering” to blame the president for fake news.
In reality, the president has consistently called the media the “enemy of the people.”
It is now time for the press and our leaders to stop using scaremongering to try to undermine President Trump.
I think that President Donald Trump has been attacked for being “fake” and “dangerous,” but I also think it’s time for him to recognize that he has not been demonized as he should have been, and I think his administration has not ignored the American public.
We’ve seen through the many attempts by President Trump to delegitimize the media and undermine the legitimacy of his presidency that the American media has been successful in defending his administration and upholding his values.
The president should recognize that the fact-checking and debunking that he is so passionate about has been critical in helping keep the American voters from getting distracted from the real issues facing our country.
He needs to take this opportunity to put the focus back on the issues that matter to the people.