That's your job: CNN to Donald Trump

That's your job: CNN to Donald Trump

President Donald Trump is again firing a new shot in his war with the media. "The outside world does not see the truth from them!" the president tweeted. It took no time for CNN to fire back at Trump, and the internet is loving the network's response. And some on Twitter didn't think Trump's tweet was an accident. Former FBI director James Comey also seemed to weigh in on the president's words when he tweeted about the freedom of the press. On Saturday, November 25th, Trump tweeted that "FoxNews is much more important in the United States than CNN", and they "represent our nation to the world very poorly".

"@realDonaldTrump My @CNNi & @CNN colleagues regularly risk their lives in #Syria #Iraq #Afghanistan #Niger and beyond, following US Troops into war-zones, chronicling natural disasters, holding dictators to account & profiling everyday heroes", tweeted Jon Sciutto, CNN s national security correspondent.

Comey also may have violated his employment agreement for leaking the memo, but was already out of a job by then. Well with US President's Twitter habits, there is no tiresome day on the social media. However, they negatively represent the country in the world. Norm Eisen, a former chief White House ethics lawyer, suggested that the president's words might hurt his Justice Department's legal case against the AT&T merger with CNN's parent company, Time Warner Inc.

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