Donald Trump Viciously Attacked – By Members of Media

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Donald Trump’s War with Mainstream Media, Going To Far?

 

This weekend has not been kind to Donald Trump as far as the media is concerned.

 

New York Daily News: “As American citizen drink from streams and stand in lines for ice, gas and food, President Trump says ‘they want everything to be done for them.’ Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Response? ‘You’re going straight to hell.’”

CNN: “Trump sent 18 tweets on Puerto Rico on Saturday. And Made things a whole lot worse.”

The Associated Press: “Trump dismisses ingrates who’ve questioned his administration’s commitment to rebuilding Puerto Rico”

The Hill: “Trump dedicates golf trophy to hurricane victims as millions struggle in Puerto Rico.”

USA: Trump slams fake news and politically motivated ingrates for criticizing Puerto Rico aid efforts.”

CNN: Trump’s whiplash weekend heightens questions over leadership.”

The Washington Post: “Trump attacks mayor of San Juan, ratcheting up tensions over crisis in Puerto Rico.”

CNN: “Donald Trump’s last 7 days are just mind-bogglingly bad.”

 

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The list of news headlines and stories bashing Trump over this past weekend is both vast and long.

Donald Trump is definitely taking a beating, and it’s not looking very good or could it simply be nothing more than just another painted picture?

I pose this question because on Friday as I watched CNN live and what I a witnessed was not the headlines CNN is attempting to sell it’s public.

So on Friday morning as I was getting in that 4am workout, sipping coffee and GO FAST, I watched CNN do something along the lines of Russian election interference fashion.

During the newscast, CNN played an interview from Thursday where acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke told reporters she was “very satisfied” with the federal response since Maria made landfall, calling it a “good news story.”

 

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Then cut to commercial and once back a live interview with Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz of San Juan where the CNN news anchor informed Carmen about what Elaine Duke said, in particular about the federal response being a “good news story.”

Carmen became quite upset at hearing this, as one could imagine. I would be if I had been told what Elaine had said in the same context that the anchor informed Carmen about it.

CNN did take what Elaine said out of context in a very clear effort to stir the pot and get people pissed at Trump and his administration. They sold Carmen part of the story without ever touching on the stories entirety.

It was rather vulgar and disgusting.

 

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While I am not Trump’s biggest fan, I am also not a fan of all of these reports about Russia stirring the race pot, or all of the other pots, with fake news, fake social media ad’s and accounts simply because you can turn on the evening news and watch that same behavior coming from the inside.  

Our very own mainstream media organizations incite and inspire hate, loathing, and more division than Russia ever could have or did during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Trump has every right to be angry with the mainstream media after this past weekend, while he is an absurd little man who sometimes behaves and acts much like a half wit, the media if it were about real news would man up and show some class, at the very least rather than woefully and purposefully go out of it’s way to cause individuals to become angry with Trump and his administration.

And everyone keeps wondering just how Russia got its ammunition.

Cristal M Clark

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Russia to America – We Know Your Citizens Better Than Your Government Does

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Mark Zuckerberg & his Facebook Russian Troll Farm Woes

 

Does anyone remember last year when Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg vowed to put an end to fake news on Facebook? I do, but as a woman one might expect that, always bringing up the good old days to toss it back in your face, at just the right moment.

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Perhaps Mark should have been more focused on all of those accounts that they identified on 9/6/17, that appeared to have had $100,000 in ad spending (the number could be much higher) from June of 2015 to May of 2017 that in fact, violated its policies, and were found to be linked to a Russian trolling farm…that was backed by the Russian Government.

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Bravo Mark…bravo.

So now Mark seems a wee bit lost here, he went from full on denial to being open to “reviewing” proposed legislation should it pique his subtle interest.

Overall, Facebook had several opportunities to catch this and deal with it, long before it made headline news, like back in 2015.

The problems were:

Blatant Denial

Lack of Staff

Searching for any type of related ads

Taking our then President a bit more seriously

Having the ability to suck it up and take the blame gracefully

Stop blaming automated algorithms (Facebook’s favorite scapegoat), and just suck it up and take responsibility

 

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Many are wondering and asking how Russia figured out who to target with these ads?

 

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Well, that is actually a pretty easy one. Russia, they knew what the average american dreamed of and wanted in terms of the perfect balance of its government and it’s people.

 

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We could spend all day and night trying to guess as to how they knew that, but the honest truth is, has anyone taken a walk through social media lately?

It’s an open book into what american’s think, feel, how we live, what we want, what we desire, our hopes, dreams, information about our interpersonal relationships, how we feel about our jobs, and how we feel about our government, what we would like to see it doing.

What we dislike about the government, a candidate, what we speculate, the rumor mill…you name it, I could go all day with this list.

The point is, that if I can see that within the first 5 minutes of being on any social media account that I have, so can everyone else, and it matters very little who you friend, block, unfriend. Things are shared whether you like it or not.

And let us not forget our own media here in the US, they tend to spread as much misinformation as they possibly can, rarely do a correction story, bring on “experts” to talk about what they think is going on and in general, report speculation and opinion as if they were facts.

It would not have taken much or long for the Russian’s to figure out just what type of fake news or ad’s it sponsored much less who to target.

All of that said, it does not negate the fact that people do not buy into what they do not believe or want to believe.

So many bought into the fake news and all of those fake ad’s because deep down, it was truly something they wanted to believe in.

You cannot package it any better than Russia did here.

They knew the American people better than our own government did at the time and I am willing to bet, that they still do.

Cristal M Clark

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