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POTUS Blames Anger In Country On Fake News 'Enemies'

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In the wake of the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting and the pipe bomb threat to Democrats and critics of the Administration, President Donald Trump blamed the "fake" news media, at least in part, for the "great anger" in the country. Fake News Must End!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 29, 2018 It also came the same day an agitated White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a press conference that it was "outrageous and irresponsible" for CNN and others to blame the President for the pipe bombs.

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