Trump Calls Out ‘Fake News Media’ For Bogus Reporting On G7 Summit, Shares Contradicting Photos

The ‘fake news media’ has added a desperate spin on every aspect of the Trump presidency. It looks like the President is finally had enough of it and is taking a stand.

According to Fox News, President Trump hit back at criticisms over his interactions with world leaders at the G7 summit last weekend in Canada, claiming Friday on Twitter that the “fake news media” were “once again, WRONG!”

“I have a great relationship with Angela Merkel of Germany, but the Fake News Media only shows the bad photos (implying anger) of negotiating an agreement – where I am asking for things that no other American President would ask for,” the president wrote alongside a series of photos that showed smiling interactions with the German chancellor and other leaders.

His posts and photos are evidence that the viral photos bashing the President are bogus. It’s all about perception with the media. Just like in the past- they catch a single photo of the First Lady, Melania Trump, not smiling and suddenly she is ‘Trump’s prisoner’ or ‘unhappy with her husband’. Anything to make a spin.

With their over-glorified, over-publicised expectations from failing Meuller investigation falling at the waste side, maybe they’re just desperate to report on anything? The President’s posts from the Summit show that when the liberal media has nothing to report, they make it up.

“The Fake News Media said that I did not get along with other Leaders at the #G7Summit in Canada,” Trump wrote. “They are once again, WRONG!”

President Trump also included a photo of himself with European Union Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and E.U. Council President Donald Tusk. “Great discussions with European Union Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Council President Donald Tusk at the in Canada last week,” Trump wrote.

The media added to their negative photos by claiming that Trump lashed out at the United States’ allies when the President, in reality, opened up trade negotiations. The intent is to get a better deal for America. Since when is the ‘negotiations’ synonymous with ‘waring with our allies’? Give me a break.

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