Trump moves back his 'Fake News Awards,' citing high interest

Trump moves back his 'Fake News Awards,' citing high interest

Trump moves back his 'Fake News Awards,' citing high interest

Speaking on the Late Show on Wednesday, he said: "You know folks, its awards season".

Colbert's entry, styled like a movie poster, enters all "categories" including "fakest dishonesty", "corruptest fakeness", and "smallest button", in reference to Trump's Tuesday tweet that his "nuclear button" is bigger and more powerful than North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's.

Tapper cut off the interview with Miller, accusing the White House adviser of being "obsequious".

"Personally, I'm excited for the most Dishonest and Corrupt Media Awards of the year", he said. "Stay tuned!" he tweeted.

Other parts of the book described how White House staff and the President's own family are forced to treat Mr Trump like a "child", that he often repeats himself and that the people around him frequently question his suitability for the role.

Trump has fired back against author Michael Wolff and Bannon, calling Wolff a "total loser", and referring to Bannon as "Sloppy Steve". Maybe-maybe-there was a chance that we would, for at least a couple minutes, stop paying attention to Donald Trump. In particular he has lashed out at what he calls the "failing New York Times", as well as CNN and NBC describing them as "fake news".

The ad features show host Noah, who is a South African comedian, actor and political commentator, along with quotes from the New York Post, Fox News's Fox and Friends, and Breitbart News.

CBS' "Late Night" host Stephen Colbert threw his hat in the ring for Trump's awards by putting a giant "for your consideration" billboard in Times Square, CBS News reported.

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