Trump To Dole Out 'Dishonest And Corrupt' Media Awards Next Week

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Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he'd be revealing "The Most Dishonest & Corrupt Media Awards of the Year" the following week.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not "want to spoil anything" on Wednesday, but she elaborated slightly on President Donald Trump's "fake news media" awards scheduled for Monday at 5 p.m.

Trump says the subjects that will be covered are 'Dishonesty & Bad Reporting in various categories from the Fake News Media, ' and added the television-style tease 'Stay tuned!'

The "awards" tweet comes just an hour after the president taunted Kim Jong-Un on Twitter, bragging that his own 'Nuclear Button.is a much bigger & more powerful than his'. They are all bad. Someone brought up that TIME magazine cover Many journalists, perhaps from the "fake news" fraternity, responded with some good ol' dry humour.

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The president subsequently tweeted his followers should watch conservative commentator Sean Hannity's program on Fox News.

Yes, despite literally thousands of news articles being written about Trump since he entered politics on June 2015, his team has only managed to source three stories which they claim are "fake news".

"At President Trumps request, we are holding a contest to name the 2017 KING of Fake News".

"The FAKE NEWS has utterly abandoned their duty to fairly report the news to the American people". But this year's awards season has a new entrant - the one that will be hosted by US President Donald Trump. His slew of unflattering words was usually directed in the general direction of the New York Times, CNN, Washington Post, and NBC, among others.

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