But it’s “fake news,” ya’ll.
This is why we shouldn’t take the Trump White House seriously when they say anything about fake news.
This, and the fact that they allow Breitbart and Gateway Pundit to participate along with legitimate news sources in the press pool.
It seems that the day after President Trump’s first speech to the joint session of Congress, White House press secretary Sean Spicer was more than happy to use a poll from CNN, as long as it reflected positively for the president.
— Sean Spicer (@PressSec) March 1, 2017
The White House has been feuding with CNN for weeks, because of what they say is biased coverage.
How convenient of them to pull a poll from CNN when it benefits them.
To that point, Jake Tapper pointed out the obvious.
Just a small example of how dishonest the "fake news" charge from the WH is https://t.co/wpQddTarh7
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) March 1, 2017
So maybe the news isn’t the only thing “fake” around here?