Real estate mogul Donald Trump said Friday that he will be scrapping “fake news” and that he’s working with the Justice Department to fight fake news.
“We are going to be taking out fake news, fake sources and fake news outlets,” Trump said during a radio interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
“And it’s going to stop right here and right now.
The real estate mogul was reacting to a CNN interview that he said he’d like to give to the public. “
They are going back to the old way of doing things where you have to go back to news that is accurate, but not fake news.”
The real estate mogul was reacting to a CNN interview that he said he’d like to give to the public.
The network reported on Saturday that the FBI had launched an investigation into whether Trump’s presidential campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election.
“It’s a big problem,” Trump told Hannity.
Trump’s campaign had been working on a plan to hire thousands of new political staffers in the months ahead of the election, a plan that would require the hiring of thousands of more workers for a single office.
The campaign later said it would hire 5,000 new political workers in January.
Hannity said he asked Trump about the CNN interview after hearing Trump’s comments about the FBI investigation.
Trump said he wants to get rid “of fake news” from the internet, but that “fake sources” will continue to be a problem.””
It’s not the plan that he had in mind.”
Trump said he wants to get rid “of fake news” from the internet, but that “fake sources” will continue to be a problem.
“You will have fake sources on the internet.
You will have sources that are fake.
You’ll have people that are just like you,” Trump added.
“I’ve never heard that term, so I’ll have to see if I can use it.
But it’s a problem.”
Hannitih said that it would be good for the Trump campaign to “get rid of” fake sources.
“But it’s one thing if you’re talking about people who are fake, but I’ve never had to deal with it.
You have to be careful,” he said.