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    Friday, February 3, 2017

    Trump targeted some media calling "Fake News"

    US President Donald Trump on Friday directed some American media houses call them "Fake News" after the Washington Post published the transcript of his telephone conversation with the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

    "Thanks to the Australian Prime Minister for the truth about our very civilian conversation, which were FAKE NEWS media, trumpf tweeted.

    According to the Washington Post protocol, released on Saturday, Trump criticized Turnbull for the refugee agreement, describing the deal as "stupid." Trump also said that his phone call with Turnbull "was the worst call from a distance."

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    Rhe The Australian Prime Minister described his telephone conversation with Trump as "very open" on Friday, the media reported.

    Trump had previously referred to CNN, the New York Times and the Washington Post as "false news" and "dishonest."

    The president made attacks on the media a cornerstone of his campaign and continued to attack them as presidents.

    Several Trump employees, press contributor Sean Spicer, chief editor Kellyanne Conway and Personalchefin Reince Preibus have been involved in interviews with several media since the presidential nomination.

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