President Trump “press conference” as reported by EnternetGlobal NOWS

‘”This is the nows”‘ EnternetGlobal will give you some important highlights from the recent President Trump “press conference”.  It would seem to be a continuing struggle between the relatively-new Administration and the Mainstream Media (MSM), although President Trump has been stating emphatically that he wants to foster a better relationship with the press corp et. alii.  It should be borne in mind, it takes two to tango.

Nonetheless, anybody with a thinking mind and rational cognition, will understand that there were salient points throughout this lengthy one-hour-and-fifteen-minute public briefing.

President Trump stated that, “It would be great if we had a good relationship with Russia”.  and “That would be a good thing”.  Just to be clear that the official policy is that: the U.S.A. would benefit from a harmonious and diplomatic connection with Russia.  President Trump also declared,  “Russia is a ruse”, referring to the negative spin on Russians, Prime Minister Putin, and international relations.   Logically, some would agree and some would disagree.  Perhaps we should take a “political poll”.  We are going to examine both sides and the centrist position which is more neutral on the issue.

He slammed several of the large, corporate networks who were attending the event.  They are the ones (of the Establisment MSM) who Trump and his Administration are exposing as dishonest and fake news purveyors.  With one network immediately following-up on the defensive and reactionary position by stating that it was a “wild” and unprecendented press conference!  Whether or not it is true that these career-liars are causing the whole problem, is a matter of opinion.  However we do happen to know after exhaustive observation, yet we must remain un-biased in our stance.  After all, this is the resurrection of objective journalism.

to be con’t.

 

 

2 thoughts on “President Trump “press conference” as reported by EnternetGlobal NOWS”

  1. They are constantly haranguing and insist on asking:
    Did Mike Flynn break the law when he talked to the Russian ambassador?
    Did the Trump campaign contact Russian intelligence services?
    What is the relationship between Trump’s team and the Russian government?
    What did Stephen Bannon and Donald Trump know, and when did they know it?

     

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