During his time on the campaign trail and in office, Donald Trump has made it his modus operandi to attack the media. Some Americans love that about the president. Others hate it. But Trump doesnâ€™t show any signs of dropping his war cry of â€śfake news.â€ť Neither does he seem to want to stop his criticism of the mediaâ€™s mistakes. And he doesnâ€™t seem likely to rethink his own relationship with the truth. Trump also seems unlikely to drop his (often-satirized) habit of accusing the media of not reporting the real news and ignoring the biggest stories.
Below, check out the biggest stories that Donald Trump thinks the media buried, under-reported, or flat-out ignored.
10. Crowds of supporters
Trump still believes the media doesnâ€™t pay enough attention to how many supporters he has. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
In the kerfuffle over the size of Donald Trumpâ€™s inauguration crowd, Trump and his administration claimed that the spectators in attendance at the event constituted the largest inauguration crowd ever. That didnâ€™t turn out to be true. But Trump hasnâ€™t dropped it. Or at least not entirely.
The president still believes that the media doesnâ€™t devote enough attention to the crowds of supporters who greet him at various events. Early in 2017, Donald Trump tweeted, â€śJust leaving Florida. Big crowds of enthusiastic supporters lining the road that the FAKE NEWS media refuses to mention. Very dishonest!â€ť
Next: Donald Trump thinks that journalists donâ€™t talk enough about this kind of news.Â
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