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Trump sets date, time for fake news awards moments after threatening nuclear war

Sarah Huckabee Sanders directed her day by day squeeze instructions this evening and figured out how to divert various inquiries concerning Steve Bannon and those portions from Michael Wolff's tell-all book, in which the previous White House boss strategist assembled the scandalous Trump Tower conference "treasonous" and "unpatriotic."

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Teases the Press About Trump’s Upcoming ‘Fake News’ Awards


Lost in the midst of these various inquiries on Bannon was a follow-up about President Donald Trump's odd tweet yesterday reporting that he would hold a honors service for "the most exploitative and degenerate media."




"I absolutely would prefer not to ruin anything," Sanders appeared to joke, in light of an inquiry regarding these honors. "My figure is that there are many people that could be up for those honors and, past that, I think we'll need to perceive what occurs on Monday."

A correspondent inquired as to whether individuals from the press would be in the space for the favorable function, to which Sanders answered "I will unquestionably update you as often as possible."
Trump sets date, time for fake news awards moments after threatening nuclear war

"It may be hard for him to display trophies in the event that you folks aren't there at the same time, I don't have the foggiest idea, we'll need to watch out for what comes next on Monday."

Sanders did not grandstand any conceivable plans for the trophies, but rather we will simply ahead and envision a clear daily paper with "Counterfeit NEWS" spread over the masthead. It's either that or there are still a few confirmations laying around from Trump University.

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