President Trump Trolls CBS – Absolutely Hilarious! – VIDEO

On Sunday morning President Trump squared off with John Dickerson on the show “Face the Nation.” President Trump trolls CBS like only he can.

Of course Trump went in on Dickerson when it comes to fake news.

Per Breitbart:

President Trump: I think we’re doing great on trade deals. It’s set. And I think we’re doing well. I mean, our country is being out-traded at every single point. We’re losing tremendous amounts of money on trade. And I think actually, I’ve been very consistent. You know, it’s very funny when the fake media goes out, you know, which we call the mainstream media which sometimes, I must say, is you.

John Dickerson: You mean me personally or?

President Trump: Well, your show. I love your show. I call it Deface the Nation. But, you know, your show is sometimes not exactly correct. But when they talk about currency manipulation, and I did say I would call China, if they were, a currency manipulator, early in my tenure. And then I get there. Number one, they — as soon as I got elected, they stopped.

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President Trump Trolls CBS

President Trump pulls no punches when it comes to taking on the fake news. He calls the man fake news to his face and tells him he calls his show “Deface the nation.” Vintage Trump.

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