On Thursday, President Trump had a press conference. And as expected...things did not go well. We found out drugs are now cheaper than candy bars, the leaks are real but the news is fake, and that all black people are connected to the Congressional Black Caucus. Well, according to Trump, anyways.
He actually said, "You know what uranium is, right? This thing called nuclear weapons like lots of things are done with uranium including some bad things."
Sounds like a high school student trying to pass their chemistry exam, not like the President of the United States. After his disastrous conference, he decided to blame the media, for "not covering him correctly."
After the conference, Trump and his team sent out an anti-media email to his supporters asking them to take a survey to "fight back against the media's attacks and deceptions." Yiiiiikes:
The survey featuring questions like, "Do you believe the mainstream media has reported fairly on our movement?" and "Do you trust CNN to report fairly on Trump's presidency?"
The 25 question survey is branded as "The Mainstream Media Accountability Survey," and we have no idea what he intends to do with the information he receives.
If you want to see all 25 questions, or if you feel up to taking the survey, here's the link.