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Trump Goes Off on the Press at Coronavirus Briefing: ‘People in Your Profession Write Fake News, You Do, She Does…’

Mediaite Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
During Wednesday's White House coronavirus task force press briefing, CBS News' *Paula Reid* questioned President *Donald Trump* about his proposed Easter timeline and about his tweet earlier today accusing the "LameStream Media" of wanting closures to go on longer to hurt his reelection chances.
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