President Donald Trump continued his weeklong Twitter tirade against the media Sunday, tweeting a doctored pro wrestling video showing Trump body slamming an opponent who has the CNN logo superimposed over their head.
President Trump would show “weakness” if he fails to broach the subject of Russian interference in the 2016 elections during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, a House Democrat said Monday.
As an investigation into possible Russian collusion unfurls and Republican legislators struggle to push through the health care reform agenda that fueled his candidacy, President Donald Trump has once again taken to Twitter to address his top priority: attacking the media. Literally.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) on Sunday criticized President Trump's recent tweet featuring a modified video showing him body-slamming CNN in a wrestling match.
"Donald Trump has had a series of highly disturbing tweets, but his last one, on Sunday morning, was beyond disturbing," Lieu said on MSNBC.
Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) tweeted at President Trump on Saturday, and refuted the president’s claim that the media is trying to get him to stop tweeting.
“Dear dumb as a rock [Trump]: The news media LOVES that you use social media. It jacks up their ratings & helps Special Counsel,” Lieu tweeted, responding to the president’s claim the news media is trying to convince Republicans to get him to stop using social media.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) tweeted at first daughter Ivanka Trump Saturday, joking that President Trump’s travel ban, which says grandparents are not considered close family members, is teaching her children that the president is not a close family member.