President Donald trump is at the center of a new controversy after insulting journalists during a rally in what critics consider a dangerous act of incitement to hatred. The UN itself has warned of the risk of violence against journalists over the insults of the US president.
“Those people back there, these horrible people.” This was one of the president’s remarks to reporters attending a republicanrally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. “They can make it all bad, because they’re fake news, they’re the and disgusting and fake news,” trump said, receiving cheers and applause from those at the rally supporting Lou Barletta, the republican Senate candidate in the year-end election.
trump completely forgot the reason for its presence and multiplied insults to the press, condemning the coverage that gave to subjects like its election in 2016, overshadowed by suspicions of intrusion of Russia; to its June summit with North Korean leader Kim jong-un; the NATO summit and its meeting with the Queen of England in July.
trump denied having been late for the meeting with Isabel II, as it was reported and, on the summit with jong-un, claims that it was a success. “I stopped the missiles from being released every two seconds and I was able to release the hostages,” said the president, who has already considered the media as “enemies of the people”.