Why Trump’s campaign has been so bad for journalism
Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said Sunday that Trump’s tweets and Facebook posts have caused an “unprecedented” amount of damage to the news media.
“I think that this has been a pretty devastating week for the media,” Miller said on ABC’s “This Week.”
Miller told George Stephanopoulos that the campaign has not only destroyed the newsrooms but also the reputation of the news organizations that cover it.
“We have put a lot of blame on the fact that the media is not doing its job, which is reporting the news accurately,” Miller told Stephanopoulos.
“And I think we are putting a lot more of blame at the feet of the reporters than the campaign.”
“I know there’s a lot that can be said for some of these statements.
But there’s also a lot I think people are willing to accept and accept without any apology for.
I think that’s why we are seeing the kind of damage that we’ve seen.”
Miller was responding to a question about Trump’s Twitter account that had been widely criticized by critics, including some news organizations.
Trump has been accused of using his social media accounts to attack reporters and other critics, while also using his own accounts to criticize the media.
Trump himself has used his Twitter account to criticize CNN and MSNBC.
Trump has also taken aim at Fox News host Megyn Kelly, calling her “crazy” and accusing her of “blood libel.”
The Republican presidential nominee has repeatedly used Twitter to attack journalists, including CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post.
He has also used his personal account to attack critics of his campaign.