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Trump at CPAC: Right’s Unlikely Hero Renews Attack on Press

  • In a free-range, campaign-style speech, President Trump reiterated his charge that “fake news” outlets” are “the enemy of the people.”
  • Mr. Trump, who once posed as his own public relations man to plant news stories in tabloids, also called for an end to the use of anonymous sources.

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