"Demand apology & retraction from FAKE NEWS WaPo!" he tweeted.
The Washington Post reporter whom President Donald Trump has publicly taken to task for posting misleading photos of Trump's rally has said that the worst part of his weekend was lost luggage, as it emerges he resigned in a similar incident years ago. "I deleted the photo after @dmartosko told me I'd gotten it wrong", Weigel wrote, referring to David Martosko, U.S. political editor of the Daily Mail's website.
But Trump wasn't ready to forgive and forget and called for the reporter to be fired.
Weigel responded and apologized minutes after Trump tweeted that he had "put out a phony photo of an empty arena hours before I arrived". Therefore, Weigel has no idea what time that particular photo was taken, and no one with any sense of ethics or concern for accuracy would judge crowd size based on any photograph without Trump standing at the podium. "And when he was later addressed by the president on Twitter, he promptly apologized for it", the post's VP of communications Kristine Coratti Kelly said.
On Saturday night, The Washington Post released a statement. "They were caught red handed, just like lonely Brian Ross at ABC News (who should be immediately fired for his "mistake")", Trump tweeted in response.
But while Trump, or anyone, is justified in complaining about unmerited criticism from a member of the media, Trump significantly exaggerated Weigel's transgression.
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After the rally, the President tweeted a "Thank You Pensacola" message, claiming that the arena was "packed to the rafters". "Was confused by the image of you walking in the bottom right corner", he tweeted.
During the Pensacola rally, the President once again went on the offensive over the media, asking the crowd: "Did you see all the corrections the media has been making?"
Limbaugh had called for then-President Barack Obama to fail. Trump launched a predictable attack on CNN over that story on Saturday morning, and had called out another big retracted story from ABC News at his rally on Friday night.