President-elect Donald Trump refused to give CNN reporter Jim Acosta a question at his first press conference as President-elect on January 11, calling the network "fake news" for building up a BuzzFeed story – an unfair and false story according to President-elect.[video] Do you like President-elect Trump's decision?

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Jan 12

I am still wary of our soon-to-be president, but I like how he has no respect for shills like CNN and Buzzfeed. Since when was Buzzfeed a serious news organization? It was only a year ago they mostly had listicle click bait articles and videos of people reacting to strange food.

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3 votes
Jan 12

President Obama bad-mouthed Fox for 8 years and the rest of the press' attitude was "so what." President-elect Trump called out CNN for publicizing fake news, and you'd think it was the end of the 1st amendment. Hypocrisy is alive and well in our mainstream media.

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Jan 12

The President Elect had all the right in the world to say and act the way he did. When ever a journalist takes it upon them self to run with a un collaborated story. And all your trying to do. Is defame the President Elect. You get back what he gives.

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Jan 15

Trump needs to stop acting like the spoiled rich kid he is and start acting like the president of the United States. His whole petulant attitude and sulky-pouty nonsense are best left for his laughable "acting career" as the spoiled brat demeanor is detrimental to his ability to POLITIC - a very important aspect to being a government official, much less president.

Little Sideshow Donnie needs to step up to the plate and quit being the smirking carny and start thinking like a person who's now got the interests of 350 million people as his main focus, rather than how he can benefit from being "in charge". He has only one role that anyone recognizes, and that's the lord on high who says "you're fired" as if he is responsible for the last say. Unfortunately, that act won't play as president and he can either quickly go to "acting school" and learn what it means to be president in charge of people who are NOT his servants or his slaves, or he can have the entire country turn on him and hoist his ass out the door.

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