Trump appeared to hand back the license plate to a supporter after showing it to the crowd — perhaps realizing he wasn’t in need of a new license plate. disinformation,” with “fake news” becoming largely synonymous with false information emanating from the likes of the New York Times and CNN. Trump applied the term to partisan media figures such as Jim Acosta, notably before his inauguration in 2017. “Mr. President-elect, that’s not appropriate,” the CNN employee said of the term at the time.
“Fake news”— Trump in New Hampshire pic.twitter.com/ca4qAfAi3a — Howard Mortman (@HowardMortman) June 27, 2023
Trump also proposed a policy to allow presidential impoundment of congressional spending during Tuesday’s campaign appearance.
Remembering when Trump called Jim Acosta and the network he worked for, “Fake News.” Look how calm 45 is and how excitable Acosta is doing everything he can to be more and more disrespectful of the future president. pic.twitter.com/iYAbEiO2av— TheRealBiffBifford 🇺🇸 (@TBifford) June 10, 2023
Trump leads handily in polling for the 2024 New Hampshire Republican presidential primary, according to a FiveThirtyEight compilation of state polls. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
🚨Watch: President Trump releases a new policy proposal in New Hampshire. pic.twitter.com/CSvhN8OuBN— The Calvin Coolidge Project (@TheCalvinCooli1) June 27, 2023