Trump attacks reporter over already-deleted crowd size tweet

Trump attacks reporter over already-deleted crowd size tweet

Trump attacks reporter over already-deleted crowd size tweet

"While the president demanded he be fired, he is still with The Washington Post, and I want, with that, to apologize for my mistake".

President Trump is calling on the Washington Post to fire reporter Dave Weigel after Weigel tweeted out a photo that gave a false impression about crowd size at a recent rally.

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In a separate tweet, he asserted Weigel should be fired.

David Weigel was covering the political event in Florida and tweeted some photos of the venue, showing the half empty arena during Trump's Rally.

Weigel quickly responded to Trump's tweets with an apology and an acknowledgement of his error.

"Weigel was also attacked by the president's fans on Twitter, with users such as "@brinjak" posting "The fake news media is truly disgusting.

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On Saturday night, The Washington Post released a statement.

At Friday's rally, Trump pointed to a CNN correction and other corrections and clarifications by news organizations in the past week on stories that initially had been damaging to the president but didn't live up to the scrutiny.

He continued, "Real photos now shown as I spoke". They were caught red handed, just like lonely Brian Ross at ABC News (who should be immediately fired for his "mistake"). "Was confused by the image of you walking in the bottom right corner". He acknowledged it was a "bad tweet" from his personal account and said it was "very fair" to call him out.

A short time later, Weigel quoted Trump's tweet and wrote "Packed to the rafters", attaching a photo that showed hundreds of available seats in the lower and upper levels.

During the Pensacola rally, the President once again went on the offensive over the media, asking the crowd: "Did you see all the corrections the media has been making?"

Trump's ABC jab referred to the network's investigative reporter who was suspended for four weeks without pay after he erroneously reported that Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser, had been directed to make contact with the Russians.

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