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Trump used the media to his advantage for much of the election, getting free airtime and dominating the news cycle with bombastic claims and extreme campaign rhetoric.
He held press conferences often, at times even tricking the media into indirectly advertising his personal business ventures.
Those around the table included Lester Holt, Charlie Rose, George Stephanopoulos, Chuck Todd, Wolf Blitzer, Gayle King, David Muir, and Martha Raddatz.
But according to leaked reports, the meeting wasn’t as cordial as reporters had hoped.
“Trump didn’t say [NBC reporter] Katy Tur by name, but talked about an NBC female correspondent who got it wrong, then he referred to a horrible network correspondent who cried when Hillary lost who hosted a debate — which was Martha Raddatz, who was also in the room.” The television people thought that they were being summoned to ask questions; Trump has not held a press conference since late July.
Instead, they were subjected to a stream of insults and complaints — and not everyone absorbed it with pleasure. Rather, the meeting seemed to be the culmination of months of resentment on the part of Trump, who has been warring with the press this entire election cycle, going back to the first primary debate when he sparked a nine-month feud with Fox’s Megyn Kelly.
Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway denied those reports.
On Monday, it was a private, off-the-record gathering in Trump Tower; Trump invited the most high-powered network executives, reporters, and news anchors from Fox, NBC, CNN, CBS and ABC to join him in New York.
Throughout the campaign, he has cut off access to journalists too critical of the Trump campaign, vowing to never speak to them again (although his desire to be in headlines usually trumps these feuds).
He revoked the press credentials of the Washington Post for being “phony” and “dishonest.” He has suggested he would do the same to the New York Times.
“Whatever you bring to this office, this office has a habit of magnifying and pointing out, and hopefully you correct for it,” Obama said at a press conference Monday.
“There are going to be certain elements to his temperament that are not going to serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects for them.” But that doesn’t seem to be having much influence on Trump.