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Trump Twitter-rages at ‘fake news media’ for reporting on Mueller Russia indictments

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President Donald Trump broke his silence on the bombshell indictments of 13 Russians accused of meddling in the 2016 election, citing an opinion piece in the New York Post to prove his innocence and then attacking the “fake news media.”

In a multiple tweet burst, Trump cited the New York tabloid, writing, “’Charges Deal Don A Big Win,’ written by Michael Goodwin of the @nypost, succinctly states that ‘the Russians had no impact on the election results.’ There was no Collusion with the Trump Campaign. ‘She lost the old-fashioned way, by being a terrible candidate. Case closed.’”

he later turned on the press, writing, “Funny how the Fake News Media doesn’t want to say that the Russian group was formed in 2014, long before my run for President. Maybe they knew I was going to run even though I didn’t know!”

You can see the tweets below:

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1) There's something very perverse at the core of the Mueller situation, and we shouldn't let it get lost.

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