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By Sheetal Sukhija | Monday January 15, 2018
Trump locks horns with Wall Street Journal over North Korea
In his ongoing rant against the country’s media or what he calls the fake news media, the U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday locked horns with the Wall Street Journal - accusing the newspaper of misquoting him. On Friday evening, the White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted a graphic that reads, “Fake news is at it again.” She later said that the newspaper refused a request to change the word and added later in response to a journalist’s question, “ "We first contacted the WSJ Friday morning and asked for a correction. They repeatedly refused to issue one despite clear audio evidence they'd misquoted POTUS.” In another tweet the same day, Sanders included audio of Trump's interview with the Journal. She wrote, “Here is the official audio showing WSJ misquoting @POTUS.” A day later, on Saturday, Sanders repeated her accusation, saying the Wall Street Journal had clearly misquoted the President. The interview in question had quoted Trump as saying, “I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong Un. I have relationships with people. I think you people are surprised.” The Journal had also reported, "Trump said he believes he has developed a positive relationship with North Korea’s leader despite their...Read more