- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 23, 2019

President Trump went on an early morning tear against The New York Times Tuesday, continuing to criticize the newspaper for “false and highly inaccurate writings” regarding his presidency.

The president first took shots at New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, who recently released an op-ed called “The Great Republican Abdication” and calls Republicans “A party that no longer believes in American values.”

“Paul Krugman, of the Fake News New York Times, has lost all credibility, as has the Times itself, with his false and highly inaccurate writings on me. He is obsessed with hatred, just as others are obsessed with how stupid he is. He said Market would crash, Only Record Highs,” Mr. Trump tweeted.

Mr. Trump then blasted The New York Times as an organization, calling on the newspaper to “get down on their knees & beg for forgiveness.”

“I wonder if the New York Times will apologize to me a second time, as they did after the 2016 Election. But this one will have to be a far bigger & better apology. On this one they will have to get down on their knees & beg for forgiveness-they are truly the Enemy of the People,” the president tweeted.



 

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