Donald Trump's Advisers: Don't Take His Tweets So Seriously
06 Juin, 2017, 05:37 | Author: Marc Bacque
Sparks flew between CNN's Chris Cuomo and White House national security aide Sebastian Gorka Monday over whether or not President Donald Trump's morning tweets on the "travel ban" matter.
The administration has long held back the notion that Trump's executive order restricting travel was a ban on Muslims. That's his job. The constitutional precedence and administrative law give him that right.
On CNN, Gorka said he finds it really disappointing to hear mainstream media "obsess" about Trump's tweets.
Gorka went on to list several Muslim-majority countries that are not included in the "travel ban", citing them as proof the order was not targeted at one particular religious group. "That's why I'm asking you".
"Well, that's an interesting question", Cuomo said. Gorka accused Cuomo and CNN of spinning "classic fake news" while Cuomo said Gorka represents the "the purveyor of spin".
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"Your order is about Muslims, about targeting Muslims and keeping them out, and allowing those who are not Muslims a carve-out to come in", Cuomo said.
Eventually, Gorka began attacking CNN and Cuomo defended his employer while trying to steer the conversation back toward the tweets and the ban.
Cuomo, on the attack, tried to corner Gorka into admitting that Trump's tweets reveal the administration's real objective which is to ban Muslims from entering America. "It's social media. You know the difference, right?"
For a President and an administration bent upon calling all critical stories, "fake news", perhaps it might want to look at how to characterize it's own "fake messages".
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The administration said the travel ban was needed so it could evaluate existing screening protocols and set new ones. Trump also stressed that his executive order was a "travel ban", a description his aides have disputed in the past.
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