"The Fake News is working overtime", the president tweeted. In June, July and August, broadcast evening news coverage of Trump was 91 percent negative - worse than the astounding 89 percent negative spin we calculated during the first three months of the administration, usually a traditional honeymoon period for new presidents. "At the same time, the press has a responsibility to put out accurate information".
Trump has always been a critic of the White House press corps" coverage of him, branding some "fake news" outlets "the enemy of the American people' and saving his harshest criticism for The New York Times and CNN.
In September of 2017, in a post called the "Liberal Media's Summer of Pummeling Trump", it found again that 91 percent of Trump coverage was in a negative light.
President Donald Trump and Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari shake hands as they hold a press conference in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, April 30, 2018. "A president preventing a free and independent press from covering the workings of our republic would be an unconscionable assault on the First Amendment".
Trump also frequently engages reporters in more informal settings, including when he departs the White House for trips and in impromptu question-and-answer sessions aboard Air Force One.
VC asks AMU students to get back to studies, union rejects plea
Earlier on Saturday, JNU Students union leaders had also addressed the protesting students at the AMU main gate and extended their support.
They published a new study about mainstream media coverage of Trump.
Trump was referencing a recent report from the politically conservative Media Research Center that found 91 percent of "evaluative" statements made on the three main nightly newscasts from June to August of a year ago about Trump were negative.
Trump's longstanding habit of sniping at journalists he loves to hate reached a fever pitch last fall when he floated a wide range of remedies for what he sees as a mass media that's stacked against him.
Hours later the president directly challenged the legitimacy of major broadcasters.