Although the Sun has been criticized for its journalism in the past, Cooper said, "Trump's explanation that comments in the interview were "fake news" was greeted with derision by British journalists. I have a lot of respect for the prime minister", he added. [The Sun] didn't put in what I said about the prime minister. "I don't take questions from CNN", Trump said.
'We appreciate The Sun for posting the entire audio of their interview so that everyone can hear the president's remarks for themselves, ' she added.
Let's break it down: According to what The Sun wrote on Friday, the paper conducted an exclusive interview with the president on Wednesday, and then the president made comments about said interview in an "extraordinary press conference" at British PM Theresa May's country retreat, Chequers.
Trump took multiple questions from reporters during the press conference in Chequers, U.K., ranging from his upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday to his recent interview with The Sun, in which he criticized May and questioned the possibility of a U.S. -U.K. trade deal.More news: Antonio Conte sacked by Chelsea
"Well, we're a real network, too, Mr. President", Acosta replied. CNN is fake news.
Pres. Trump denies interview with The Sun was critical of Prime Minister Theresa May. "Fortunately we tend to record stories now so we have it for your enjoyment if you would like it". They have fine journalists there who risk their lives to cover the news around the world.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper tweeted that he was "old enough to remember when other networks came to the defense of Fox News WH correspondents during the Obama years. Lesson for the kids out there: no one should ever try to do the right thing with the expectation that it will ever be reciprocated". "Of course, it happens to be NBC, which is possibly worse than CNN".More news: Trump administration slashes more ObamaCare funds
Roberts issued a statement through Fox News defending Welker saying, "She is honest as the day is long".
He said he only proceeded with his question after "it became clear that the president wasn't going to entertain a question from" Acosta.
In a statement, the Sun said it stood by its reporting.
"The president called out one of my colleagues, Kristen Welker of NBC News, as dishonest, he said NBC News was dishonest", he said. "You see, that is such dishonest reporting", Trump said.More news: Downton Abbey movie officially a go with returning cast