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Trump Just Halted WaPo & NY Times Subscriptions From Being Sent to Federal Agencies

If Trump doesn’t call them out, nobody will…

John Salvatore

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America is at war with “fake news.” The left continues to push it and the media keeps backing them up. Fake news has been a problem ever since early in 2016. The left doesn’t like being called out on their lies so they coined a term to stop Republicans from getting the truth to the masses. And that’s why conservative outlets have suffered so badly ever since Donald Trump won the presidential election over crooked Hillary Clinton.

Don’t let anybody tell you otherwise. Fake news is liberal propaganda BS. And they know it. Trump placed the “fake news” title on the left a few years back as a way to call out radicals on their nonsense.

But they haven’t stop. They won’t stop because true journalism is dead. On Thursday, POTUS took a stand against two of the biggest purveyors of fake news in America.

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President Trump says the White House is going to cancel the New York Times and Washington Post subscription, and then says he’s gotten worse press than Abraham Lincoln

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Not renewing subscriptions to the @nytimes and @washingtonpost “across all federal agencies will be a significant cost saving—hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars will be saved,” says @PressSec.

This is a de facto confirmation @POTUS will be instructing federal agencies not to renew their subscriptions to the two newspapers, a senior @WhiteHouse official tells @VOANews.

White House says it’s going to do things and doesn’t always follow through, but NYT and WaPo subscriptions were ended.

Some aides privately expressing regret. But doubt Trump will stop reading either.

WaPo *online* subscription remains.

WH still gets WSJ, Hill, NY Post etc.

Last day for hard copy delivery to the Trump White House of New York Times and Washington Post was Tuesday, ending—for now—what was likely long historic streak.

“Washington Post also, but The New York Times even more so treats me unbelievably terribly,” Trump on Fox Monday.

H/T: Twitchy

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