Talk about unpresidented. It may be a while before what occurred at today's PEOTUS press conference is digested.
This comes after CNN published yesterday that intel chiefs had presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him.
Yesterday BuzzFeed published the contents of the dossier of unverified intelligence from a former British spy of compromising information on the PEOTUS.
It's been circulating since October in media circles and Mother Jones reported on it but its editor David Korn said he was unable to substantiate its material and so did not reveal the details that BuzzFeed's choice did.
CNN fired back after the press conference.
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If you missed it in the comedic frenzy that erupted after the BuzzFeed release, this is what CNN reported yesterday:
The Wall Street Journal has a scoop today on the author of the dossier.
The irony of Trump's reaction is not lost on many. It seems a plan is afoot to discredit media.
To put it all into perspective, journalists who've covered Middle East authoritarian leaders thought Trump outdid them with his press conference today.
Things are going to be different now in presidential press conferences.
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