President Trump is feeling reinvigorated as he enters the fray of his re-election campaign, maybe because he has refocused on his real enemy: the Fake News Media!
For the second day in a row at his Bedminster golf club, Trump took questions from reporters. This time, after signing four executive orders to help the American people recovering from the economic effects of COVID, Trump was being harassed by two reporters. WATCH:
The second one, Paula Reid of CBS, said the president was going to get sued for going around Congress. He answered her, but she would not stop pestering him when he tried to move to another reporter.
President Trump told her, “No, no… You’re finished.”
The gallery crowd cheered in support of Trump, but Reid would not shut up, so the president just ended the press conference.
“Thank you very much everybody,” he said to the applause of the members of the public who came to cheer on their president against the Fake News Media.
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