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Should President Trump be condemned for his attacks on the media?

Screenshot from MSNBC's YouTube video: Joe: Everyone Must Condemn President Donald Trump's Press Attacks | Morning Joe | MSNBC

President Trump’s ongoing attacks on the media, and CNN in particular, continued this weekend when he tweeted:

He followed that up this morning with another tweet:

This has led to Joe Scarborough, one of the hosts of MSNBC’s show Morning Joe, to call on everyone to condemn the president for his attacks on the media. The president has, since the early days of his campaign, been at war with various media outlets. Ironically, in the days of his campaign, one of his favorite shows to appear on was Morning Joe. He found a friendly forum there with people who, early on, claimed he could win the presidency, when most people thought his campaign was a joke. Now, that relationship has soured and they have become some of his harshest critics in the media. Scarborough, a former Republican congressman from Florida, has left the party and become an Independent, due to the direction the party has taken under Trump. With Scarborough’s words today, a question comes to mind, Should President Trump be condemned for his attacks on the media?

MSNBC’s Morning Joe calling on everyone to condemn the president for his attacks on the media:

The Issue

Should the president be condemned for his attacks on the media? Is the president endangering the press? Or has the media brought the attacks on themselves?

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