POTUS says the press will have to give up the pretense of being objective and get “a little bit tougher.”
The White House has been in full public meltdown mode over fake News articles, but CNN’s Dana Bash is taking the president to task for not doing enough to fight back.
“The White Houses staff is going to have to be more aggressive in getting a little bit more tough with the media.
We have to take it seriously,” Bash told CNN’s Erin Burnett.
Bash also told Burnett that Trump’s administration is already working on its own response to fake news.
“I think the administration is doing a good job,” she said.
Biden has been under intense pressure to take down the fake news on social media after his administration was forced to backtrack on a campaign promise to ban certain fake news articles.
The White the White House is currently engaged in an aggressive effort to combat fake news and fake stories.
They are actively working to develop and disseminate strategies to combat the fake stories that circulate on social networks and online news sites.
They’re also working with the social media platforms to identify and remove fake news content.BASH: You know, we all feel the pain of the opioid crisis and of the fact that we have more people addicted to opioids than ever before.
There’s an economic crisis that we’re all struggling with.
But I do think we need to acknowledge that the real issue is fake news — and I think it’s a big problem.
There are some real problems in this country that have nothing to do with fake news or the media, Bash said.
“But I think we have to acknowledge we’ve got to take a tougher line, and we have a lot of work to do to try to fight this,” she added.
Brazile, who recently resigned from the Whitehouse, also told CNN that she has had to be told repeatedly not to share her personal views.
“It’s a constant reminder,” Brazile said.
“We have to not say anything that doesn’t have the approval of the president, or the secretary of state, or other senior staff.
We’ve got a lot more work to get done, she added, calling out President Trump for refusing to heed the advice of her top adviser and his daughter Ivanka.
Bubba McEntire, CNN’s senior White House correspondent, tweeted Saturday that the president is “in the process of making his decision” on whether to ban fake news stories.
Budowsky was an aide to former Sen. Lloyd Bentsen (D-Texas) and former Rep. Bill Alexander (D), who were both vice chairs of the House Judiciary Committee.
He holds an LL.
M. degree in international financial law from the London School of Economics.
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