Jake Tapper, Journalists Condemn Fox News’ John Roberts For Not Defending CNN Against Trump’s Attacks
Friday, 13 July 2018
President Donald Trump drew a line in the sand Friday at a presser with British PM Theresa May when he refused to take questions from "fake news" CNN.
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John Roberts of Fox News asked President Trump about his feelings towards the heightened sensitivity and threat of Crimea annexation. President Trump says he believes that he and President Putin can form a solid friendship, but it may be damaged by current domestic media in the United States. Prime... ▶ Trump: Putin "Would Not Have Taken Over Crimea With Me" 04:31
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