Breitbart News has identified more than 100 media outlets that are failing to report that the President Donald J. Trump has signed executive orders.
The White House has been in the news recently for a series of actions, including executive orders on immigration, that were blocked by courts and were supposed to go into effect on April 7.
Breitbart News was able to identify media outlets including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and CNN.
While the President’s tweets have been largely ignored by mainstream media, the media has been reporting on the events as though they are an immediate threat to the country.
The media is also reporting on Trump’s comments about former President Barack Obama and his supporters in the White House press briefing room.
In a White House briefing in March, Trump said, “There was no doubt about it, and that is what they wanted.”
In the same briefing, he continued, “President Obama said that, you know, when I left office, I was very disappointed with the direction that the country was going, and I was disappointed with what was going on in the country, and we are going to get back to what made this country great, and if that means making a lot of enemies.”
The White the Whitehouse press secretary later responded to Trump’s statement, “He was referring to President Obama and the way he handled the crisis.”
A New York Post article, published on March 8, titled President Trump’s New Year’s Resignation Speech Wasn’t About a Scandal, but a Lie, is another example of the media failing to accurately report events as they unfold.
Trump had previously called for a “complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” during his address to the American People.
“It is now time for a total and complete shutdown of Muslim immigration into the United State until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on,” Trump said at the time.
The Associated Press published a similar article in March reporting that Trump’s inauguration had been postponed to honor the victims of the Las Vegas shooting and that there was “no evidence of any type of terrorism.”
On March 11, Trump had tweeted, “This was a total political stunt by the Fake News Media.
There is no doubt in my mind that there is a major crime being committed by people that are looking to do us harm.
We will soon find out if it is the Democrat, the Democrat Party, or the Democrat controlled FBI that is to blame!”
On March 16, The Washington Post published an article titled “A New Year of Fear” with the headline “Trump’s New year’s Resignment Speech Was Not About a Crime, but A Lie.”
According to The Washington Times, Trump’s speech was intended to “shame and disparage” the media for covering a “scandal” involving his son, Donald Trump Jr., who attended a meeting between the Russian lawyer and Trump campaign officials.
The Post reported that the meeting was set up by the Russian government, but the WhiteHouse press secretary said the meeting did not involve any “official Russian government representatives.”
The New York Daily News, the other outlet that published the article, stated that Trump was referring only to a report from the New Jersey Attorney General, which “sounded to be true” when the report was reported by the Associated Press.
“President Trump’s spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Breitbart News.”
The article in the New Daily News did not identify the reporter, however, and the article has been removed from The New Yorker.
Breitbart has reached out to multiple outlets for comment, but has not received a response.
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The New Republic was also the first major media outlet to call for the resignation of the President, after Breitbart reported that he had fired FBI Director James Comey.
The article stated, “James Comey is the director of the FBI and is the man who put Donald Trump in office.
The president has repeatedly said that he would have fired Comey had he known he was going to be fired by the then-director of the F.B.I. Comey’s firing was the start of a long-term pattern of obstruction of justice and obstruction of Congress by the president, and now, with Comey out of office, the administration is taking the opportunity to blame him for their failures to act on any of the more than 1,000 investigations into the Trump-Russia collusion.”
Breitbart News reached out several times to the White house for comment.