Trump claims ‘nasty’ Washington Post reporters shouldn’t be allowed at White House after ‘fake’ reporting


President Trump on Saturday began his end of the week with an irate tweet went for two Washington Post correspondents who he said shoul...

President Trump on Saturday began his end of the week with an irate tweet went for two Washington Post correspondents who he said shouldn't be permitted on White House grounds after the paper distributed a report specifying what they depicted as Trump's "lost summer."

The Post maddened the White House with an article distributed for the current week called "Trump's lost summer" which sketched out what a few associates depicted as a late spring "characterized without anyone else's input incurred debates and wasted chances."


Trump trained in on White House columnists Ashley Parker and Philip Rucker, who were the writers of the article.

"The Washington Post's @PhilipRucker (Mr. Confidentially) and @AshleyRParker, two terrible lightweight columnists, shouldn't be permitted on the grounds of the White House on the grounds that their revealing is so DISGUSTING and FAKE," he tweeted.

Rucker's new epithet "Mr. Confidentially" gave off an impression of being a reference to cases spread by individuals from Trump's circle that he was in charge of rehashing confidentially remarks about Trump's family made by previous White House helper Madeleine Westerhout. Westerhout surrendered a week ago, apparently after those remarks returned to the White House.

The Washington Post did not promptly react to a Fox News demand for input about the substance of the Trump tweet, yet it as of late supported Rucker over the cases when they previously developed, telling Politico in an explanation that Rucker "has consistently acted with the most extreme respect and uprightness and has never abused Washington Post benchmarks or arrangements."

In the tweet, Trump connected to a Washington Examiner opinion piece by White House press secretaries Stephanie Grisham and Hogan Gidley that hammered the Post piece as "a hostile, offensive attack against genuine news coverage." Their commentary was classified "The Washington Post's lost summer" and spread out what the White House sees as misteps and mistakes by the Post.

"From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the Post had some truly humiliating minutes," Grisham and Gidley composed. "Regardless of whether it was erroneously expressing that presidents don't convey comments on the Fourth of July, disregarding discourses by Presidents Reagan, Kennedy, and Obama, or being gotten out for terrible, politically roused certainty checking, the Post's lost summer finished with a game changing day in August when it had to issue 15 redresses to a solitary article."

It additionally pushed back on the case that Trump has not scored various accomplishments over the mid year.


"In all actuality, Trump piled on some well-reported triumphs that legitimately profited the American individuals at home and abroad," they composed. "At the point when the Post asked, the White House gladly furnished it with a nitty gritty rundown of the organization's 26 most significant accomplishments of the mid year. Of those 26 achievements, the Post distributed only four, which it covered under 11 sections of editorialized study."

The Post, in any case, doesn't concur with Grisham and Gidley's opinion piece.

"Our story noticeably noticed the White House's rundown of achievements and cited a White House representative finally," a Washington Post representative revealed to Fox News on Friday. "It additionally detailed the perspectives on Republicans, both on the record and on foundation, some of whom are a piece of the organization and some who watch its exhibition from a separation. Perusers can decide for themselves whether our record genuinely spoke to an assortment of points of view on the president's late spring."

The commentary got some reaction from pundits who brought up that few of the achievements recorded by Grisham and Gidley were secured by the paper, yet it shows up the White House staff members were griping just about Rucker and Parker's piece, explicitly. It proceeded to state that the Post disregarded 84 percent of Trump's "genuine summer achievements."

Grisham and Gidley included that the Post "wasn't the only one this mid year" and derided The New York Times official editorial manager Dean Baquet for as of late advising staff members to turn from Russian intrigue to a "more head-on tale about the president's character."

On Saturday, Trump added one greater accomplishment to his rundown: the arrangement of MANY Federal Judges this Summer!"

Fox News' Brian Flood added to this report.



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Facts Theory: Trump claims ‘nasty’ Washington Post reporters shouldn’t be allowed at White House after ‘fake’ reporting
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