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After combative news conference, President Trump’s PAC sends followers another ‘survey’ about media bias

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Friday, 17 February 2017 ()

After combative news conference, President Trump’s PAC sends followers another ‘survey’ about media biasBy Katie Mettler, The Washington Post The last time President Donald Trump emailed a “Mainstream Media Accountability Survey” to supporters, it was August 2016, he was a candidate, Hillary Clinton was leading the polls and the New York Times was giving him a mere 12-percent chance of winning the White House. “We are running against the very dishonest and totally biased media!” the email read, USA Today reported. “It’s time to hold the media accountable for trying to rig this election against us.” The email said the Trump campaign would use the survey results to combat polls put out by “liberal organizations.” “Well, Friend, with...
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