"Not fair to public!"
President Donald Trump appeared on Friday morning to admit that - despite his crusade against what he characterizes as "fake news" - he really can't do much about it.
Responding to Mr Trump's musing about revoking licenses for broadcast networks critical of him, former U.S. federal prosecutor and frequent Trump critic Preet Bharara called the President childish.Читайте также: Jefferies Group Comments on Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's Q1 2018 Earnings (APC)
Editor's note: We've changed the language in this story to clarify that President Trump did not directly threaten to revoke NBC News' license.
The report about Mr Trump's nuclear arsenal said that the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson all pushed back on the nuclear ambitions, and that Mr Tillerson called the President a "moron" following the meeting. Licenses are issued to individual stations, not networks per se.
"Of all the threats to the company during Watergate - the attempts to undermine our credibility, the petty slights, and favoring of the competition - the most effective were the challenges to the licenses of our two Florida television stations", Graham later recounted in he memoir.
As he careens down a warpath, Trump, with his attack on National Football League player protests and the press, has so far only hit foundation blocks of our democracy- a free press and free speech, enshrined in the First Amendment.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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