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I think he's very pleased with the work of his staff. I think that he is frustrated like I am and like so many others to see stories come out that are patently false. To see narratives that are wrong. To see quote unquote fake news.>> Can you give an example of fake news, Sean?
>> Yeah absolutely, Jim, I'll give you an example>> Sure, Friday, the President was having a great discussion at the G7 and someone from the BBC and ultimately an incoming reporter from the New York TImes retweeted that the President was being rude by disrespecting the Italian Prime Minister.
When in fact, you all, and everyone in the meetings that we sit in watch the President with that one ear piece that's being used by other presidents and that's the kind of thing that the BBC and ultimately reporter who's now joining in New York Times push out and perpetuate with no apology.
What you're shaking your head here, I mean it's true you did it. No and I'm answering you but I think.>> Reporter make mistakes.>> But that's just fake, that is a fake. What I'm telling you is is that the reason that the president is frustrated is because there's a perpetuation of false narratives a use of unnamed sources over and over again about things that are happening that don't ultimately happen.
And I think that is troubling. Thank you guys very much, I appreciate it.