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Trump Says White House Will Probably Stop Subscriptions to New York Times, Washington Post

President Donald Trump said that the White House will probably stop subscriptions from the New York Times and Washington Post.

Both papers are openly against Trump and were two of the main outlets pushing the Trump-Russia collusion theory.

“You see every article is just—no matter what you do, no matter how good youre doing,” Trump said of the Post, which is owned by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, during an interview with Fox News Sean Hannity on Oct. 21. “With all the things weve done—regulation cuts, the biggest tax cut in history, so many things, were energy independent now … sot heres so many things, but they wont give you a decent article.”

“These are dishonest people,” Trump added, noting the Post published an article on the day he was inaugurated as president that read: “The campaign to impeach President Trump has begun.”

Hannity said the media has been trying to cover for former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. The elder Biden bragged last year that in 2016 he threatened to withhold $1 billion in aid from Ukraine unless the country ousted a prosector that was probing Burisma, an energy company that paid Hunter Biden from 2014 to 2019.

President-elect Donald Trump walks through the lobby of the New York Times following a meeting with editors at the paper in New York City on Nov. 22, 2016. Trump met with a number of media outlets that week. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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