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>> Donald Trump will give his first press conference as president, Friday. And while he'll be joined by visiting UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, it will likely be his special relationship with the press that's the focus. A contentious first week in office with the media kept Thursday night by White House strategist Steve Bannon telling the New York Times, quote, the media should keep its mouth shut.
Adding the press should be embarrassed and humiliated and calling it the opposition party. This after Trump opened his first full day in office by referencing his running war with the media, and calling journalists this.>> They are among the most dishonest human beings on earth.>> Trump last faced the press nine days prior to his inauguration in a combative session, labeling CNN fake news.
>> You are fake news.>> And calling BuzzFeed a quote, failing pile of garbage. This was followed by a turbulent first press briefing by White House spokesman Sean Spicer, in which he blasted the media for it's reporting on the Inauguration crowd size. And was later called out for giving false numbers.