On Twitter Wednesday morning, President Trump queried if he should "take away credentials" from the media in the light of what he calls "fake news" and negative coverage of his administration.
"The fake news is working overtime," the president wrote in a tweet. 91% of the Network News about me is negative (fake) .Why do we work so hard when working with the media? Take away credentials? "
Calling the media "corrupt," he said, reading a study from the conservative media research center that claims 91 percent
Later on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about Mr. Trump's tweet.  "I'm standing up in front of you right now taking your questions," she told reporters. White Houses: "I think a number of you both said off-air, on-air, in private, and a number of other occasions."
Trump frequently complains about mainstream news, calling media coverage of his administration "unfair" and labeling journalists as "fake news."
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