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Television Networks (the local ones anyway) rely on access to broadcast frequencies granted by government agencies, but they are also protected by the U.S. Constitution as freedom of the Press. Donald Trump may be getting tired of that pesky freedom, which allows U.S. Networks to criticize just about anyone, not just Presidents.


Trump’s latest tweetstorm comes after NBC published more details about Morongate. In which the President wanted to increase the U.S. nuclear arsenal and then later Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called him a moron.


After that, Trump questioned the news media and if they should be allowed to operate in the same manner as they have been. Simply put, they should another empty threat!

John J. Falco