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Donald Trump's long-running feud with news network CNN is well-documented.
Trump has repeatedly branded the network "fake news" as they are not afraid to report things that shine Trump in a bad light.
In retaliation, the President has criticised CNN on Twitter and has done so in bizarre fashion.
Perhaps to most famous occasion was when he shared a video of him beating CNN up in a wrestling ring.
Even his son Eric tried to mock CNN but it didn't go too well.
Trump tends to prefer Fox Newswho, unlike CNN mostly say nice things about him.
For some reason Trump sees Fox as a great representative of the United States around the world, whereas CNN are not.
He shared this view during one of his recent tweet storms.
Somebody should probably tell the President that it's not the role of news organisations to represent America. It's the President's.
Luckily CNN's communications team were on hand to do exactly that.
@realDonaldTrump It's not CNN's job to represent the U.S to the world. That's yours. Our job is to report the news. #FactsFirst 🍎 — CNN Communications (@CNN Communications)
The tweet quickly went viral and was shared by several other notable accounts.
It's incredible that a news network has to explain this distinction to a president of the United States https://t.co/eqAxqtJ5mX — Mark Follman (@Mark Follman)
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