The President of the United States Donald trump declared war on the press and tries to undermine her confidence
This was announced by chief editor of “Lens” Steve Myers.
“Trump announced to the press war and it’s like circles on the water, descends to the local level. We had a story when the head of the Board of the school district stated that our publications are fake. So he just copied the approval of trump,” he said.
Donald trump has extended sanctions against the “nuclear” enemy of the US
A similar opinion was expressed by the founder of the “Lenses” Karen Gamboa.
“The greatest trouble now is a President who tries to undermine the credibility of the press as a whole,” she said.
We will remind, the President of the United States Donald trump is insisting on a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin against the advice of national security of the country. This is reported by American journalists.
“It is likely that trump will meet with Putin in July, namely when it comes to Europe for the NATO summit. In particular, this information resource was announced by senior administration and two diplomats familiar with the schedule of the President of the USA”, — stated in the message.
Moreover, the journalists managed to find out that Donald trump personally asked his aides about the organization of a bilateral meeting with Putin after their talks at the APEC summit. However, the national security Council the United States opposed such measures.
“They decided, let’s wait and see if he will raise this issue again. After the meeting, the President said he would invite Putin to the White house. We ignored it. We decided: let’s wait and see if he will raise this issue again,” the source told journalists.
As he wrote Politeka, the President of the United States Donald trump could not Express a clear position concerning the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. The discussion started because of the recent statements about returning of Russia in “group of eight”.
In Charlevoix, during a press briefing on the theme of the summit “the Big seven”, one of the journalists reminded the US President about what the annexation of Crimea has led the G8 countries to the decision to exclude Russia from its ranks. Also a reporter asked trump whether he could recognize that Crimea is part of Russia.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.