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CNN's Jake Tapper to Trump: 'Stop whining' and get to work

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CNN's Jake Tapper to Trump: 'Stop whining' and get to work

Following a truly remarkable press conference by President Donald Trump, CNN's Jake Tapper weighed in on what we had all witnessed. Still, when you have access to someone like CNN's Jake Tapper-a guy whose already high public profile has risen in recent weeks, thanks to his tireless questioning and prodding of Trump mouthpieces like Kellyanne Conway-you might as well go with what you know. "You legitimately won the presidency".

Tapper was responding to a lengthy aside by Trump on Thursday, in which the president overstated the number of electors he secured as 306.

"Everybody at home needs to ask themselves, how would you react if that were your boss, coming in and giving a speech to the employees where you work", Tapper said. That's not true. And he said, 'Well, somebody gave me that information, somebody gave me that information'.

"Nobody cares about the ratings of CNN", Tapper said.

"The buck stops there?" "Is that where we are with this presidency?" During a confrontational phone call with Australia's prime minister last month, for example, Trump reportedly boasted about his electoral win. The president was verbally aggressive with several journalists, often ranting about how unfairly the media treats him.

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Trump also criticized the officials who leaked information to the reporters while insisting the coverage was incorrect, at one point saying, "The leaks are absolutely real".

"That's a President focused on his bad press".

Tapper has challenged Trump and his advisers recently.

Trump took questions from reporters for more than an hour after announcing his new nominee for Labor Secretary, Alexander Acosta.

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