Trump attacks media during lengthy press conference

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"Washington, D.C., along with NY and Los Angeles, speaks not for the people but for the special interests and for those profiting off a very, very obviously broken system", he said.

These tone-deaf letters won't change the reality that Trump and his administration have become the new "not ready for prime-time players".

But Trump is not breaking new ground here either. "It used to be a small group, now its in large sections of the world", said the US President. "If anything, he did something right". He claimed reporters at The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal did not reach out to him before writing certain stories.

"The leaks are real". The more personal he gets, the more they love it. The panel is nearly exclusive anti-Trump and the hatred and venom coming from his mouth. Trump said, "When I go to rallies they start screaming about CNN".

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"I didn't direct him, but I would have directed him, because that's his job", Trump said of Flynn's late December call with a Russian ambassador. I see tone. You know the word "tone"?

As for immigrants coming to our country, I have no problem with them coming here as my ancestors did, as long as they go through the proper channels.

"How does the press get this information that's classified?"

Obama avoided the hardball questions, only talking to certain media outlets, limiting accessibility and not answering Freedom of Information Act requests, according to a PBS article. He pivoted, ranted, and moved the goal posts but would not say definitively that they had not.

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He also stressed that he had no loans or business deals in Russian Federation from his previous career as a real estate mogul.

Puzder was Trump's first Cabinet-level nominee to withdraw. He couldn't actually point out anything inaccurate. Stephen Miller, Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner listen during a news conference by U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 16, 2017.

Trump refused to answer what he was going to do about the Russian spy ship off of the coast of CT, claiming he doesn't announce actions in advance of doing them.

Trump was grilled on recent Russian provocations of the US, including "buzzing" a US Navy ship with its jets.

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"In so doing, the President will clear the way for immediately protecting the country rather than pursuing further, potentially time-consuming litigation", the Justice Department said in its filing.

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