President Trump attacked media outlets for their inaccurate polling, specifically CNN or as President Trump has now dubbed them, the “Clinton News Network,” during his CPAC speech Friday morning.
“They make up something else: polls, polls,” Trump told the audience referring to the media.
“Somebody said a poll came out, and I say, ‘What network is it?’ And they’ll say, a certain — let’s not mention names, right? Shall we?” Trump said to the audience, revving up the crowd.
The CPAC attendees, however, seemed to want to hear the name of the network to which President Trump was referring.
“Well, you have a lot of them. The Clinton News Network is one,” Trump said in reference to CNN, whom Trump recently called “very fake news.”
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