That's your job: CNN to Donald Trump

That's your job: CNN to Donald Trump

That's your job: CNN to Donald Trump

Trump has targeted CNN in the past too calling it "fake news" because of its coverage of his presidential campaign and administration.

But the network, or at least its public relations department, isn't remaining silent.

U.S. President Donald Trump criticized CNN for spreading "fake news" and presenting the country "poorly to the world".

"The outside world does not see the truth from them!" he wrote. It took no time for CNN to fire back at Trump, and the internet is loving the network's response.

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According to trump, broadcasting company FoxNews is more important in the USA than CNN, and beyond the state of the latter still remains a leading source of false information, to broadcast. Well with US President's Twitter habits, there is no boring day on the social media.

The media outlet has responded to the United States president's claims and wrote on Twitter that "it is not CNN's job to represent the U.S to the world". Given the context, Trump's attack on CNN seems particularly timely.

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