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Trump Attacks The Legitimacy of the Pulitzer Prize

'We’re trying to get their Pulitzer taken away...'

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) President Donald Trump attacked the mainstream media and the fraudulent Pulitzer Prize while vindicating conservative media figures in his CPAC speech on Saturday.

Trump explained the hit job that was the Russia investigation. He exposed the role of crooked Hillary Clinton and Adam “shifty” Schiff in the fabrication of the story.

“They come up with this Russia, Russia, Russia Hoax,” he said. “They know it’s a hoax, I know it’s a hoax as well.”

Trump reported being relieved that the call was recorded so he could disprove the allegations by the dishonest Democrats and their friends in the mainstream media.

Though Russiagate was proven to be false, and admitted to be so by the Columbia Journalism Review, the ‘journalists’ who misled the American people were rewarded, according to Trump.

“When it was finally revealed, the Washington Post, they revealed it was a fake story, they [still] got Pulitzer Prizes,” Trump said. “You know what it says for concise and accurate reporting on the Russia, Russia, Russia event.”

“And they were exactly wrong. And now they’ve even admitted that it was a hoax. It was a total hoax, and they got the prize.”

Trump said that he was trying to correct the wrong.

“We’re trying to get their Pulitzer taken away,” he said.

Trump observed that though the mainstream media did not deserve to have an award, he did argue that there were several other media figures that did report the Russia story well.

“In fact, Mark Levin should get a prize,” he said. “If not him, Sean Hannity should get a prize.”

“You know who should get a prize? Tucker.”

As if on cue, CNN performed a fact check on this particular section of the speech.

Ironically, CNN ‘fact checks’ with Charlie Stadtlander, a spokesman for the New York Times. Of course, the Times and its spokesman stand with their reporting.

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