President Trump Says 'Partisan' Network News Could Have Licenses Revoked
Oct 13 2017 by Desiree Burns
Trump also complained Wednesday that "it is frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write, and people should look into it". "Pure fiction, made up to demean". Trump and Defense Secretary James Mattis have since denied that report.
Trump's tweet comes after NBC News ran a story citing three anonymous US officials who said Trump wanted to increase the USA nuclear arsenal by almost 10 times.
They can not influence, they can not dictate, so unfortunately for Donald Trump just because somebody says something that he doesn't like, that doesn't give you grounds as president to revoke their license and prohibit them from operating in the United States.
"With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License?"
Trump's uncharacteristic decision to endorse a message that places limitations on his power, namely O'Reilly's assurance that he lacks the authority to revoke FCC licensing, is unusual but can be understood as a response to the wave of criticism he received from both sides of the aisle after issuing the threat.
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Democratic Senator Ed Markey wrote to Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Wednesday, urging him to resist requests from the President to revoke licences because of coverage.
"Freedom of the press is a cornerstone of our democracy", she added in a subsequent tweet.
As various folks were pointing out after his initial tweet tirade, networks are not licensed by the FCC, though owned TV stations are.
Trump himself has attacked the network over the report on Twitter.