NY Times publisher challenges Trump’s account of ‘very good’ meeting

The publisher of the New York Times revealed this week that he met with Donald Trump earlier this month to communicate his frustration about the way the president describes the majority of news media.

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After Trump posted a tweet referencing their discussion, A.G. Suzlberger released his own statement at odds with the “very good and interesting meeting” described by the president.

As CNN reported, the publisher’s detailed notes read, in part:

“I told him that although the phrase ‘fake news’ is untrue and harmful, I am far more concerned about his labeling journalists ‘the enemy of the people.’ I warned that this inflammatory language is contributing to a rise in threats against journalists and will lead to violence.”

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  1. How could the Times Publisher actually defend the “Fake News” when his own newspaper ran more “apologies” than other media/press. MSNBC,CNN & all including Fox runs their “opinions or he should have said” things which are not backed by facts & who cares “what they would have said”. Since Trump was elected all of the above have spent 90% of their print or broadcast time with anti Trump news, the vast majority of that being un-confirmed. These media networks are doing nothing but trying to be politically involved in the destruction of the Trump presidency with little or no news about the highest GDP in a decade, lowest unemployment and now the EU wsnts to do away with Tariffs. Fake news is correct.


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