Trump Speech To Conservatives Evokes Campaign

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A protester was pulled from US President Donald Trump's speech to the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center outside Washington, DC on Friday.

"And I've got to tell you, if the party and the conservative movement are together, similar to Steve and I, it can't be stopped", Priebus said.

On Friday, Trump said he wasn't against all the press, just "the fake news media or press". They have nine sources.' They make up sources.

Snapchat reporter Peter Hamby noticed the audience waving the Russian flags and took photos just before staff members began to rush around the room and take them away.

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Trump discussed his plans for the country, including - of course - building the wall and bringing jobs back.

As the speech went on, Trump professed his affinity for the First Amendment ("who uses it more than I do?") and said "they" always invoke its legal protections. No - you know why?

Many newspapers such as USA Today accurately quoted Trump's tweet that declared the "fake news media" to be "the enemy of the American people".

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"No one loves the First Amendment more than me", the president said before again making an us-versus-them claim that media corporations "have their own agenda and its not your agenda".

"I'm not against the media". We chose to add a couple of additional people beyond the pool.

He called CNN the "Clinton News Network" and blasted major networks for creating a "false narrative". McCabe later calls back to say they can't say anything public about it.

"Take a look", POTUS exclaimed. Apparently this is how they retaliate when you report facts they don't like.

"I like Ron Paul, he's a good guy, but honestly he has zero chance of getting elected you have to win an election".

William McRaven, the retired admiral who planned the 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden, said this week that Trump's attacks on the media may also be undermining democracy itself. The fake news is the enemy of the people. Last month, following the release of a CNN/ORC poll showing his approval rating at 40%, Trump said it was "rigged" and no different from "the phony election polls".

What did U think of Trump's CPAC speech?

"They're very smart", he said of the news media. "There are some bad dishonest people and they do a tremendous disservice to our country".