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Trump’s Slap At ‘fake’ Media Brings Boos, Hisses From Davos Crowd

DAVOS, Switzerland — President Trump’s swipe at the “fake” news media Friday at the World Economic Forum prompted some hissing and booing from the crowd.

During a question-and-answer session with the discussion’s founder following his  main speech to the team, Trump said it wasn’t until he turned into a politician he understood “just how horrible, how mean, just how barbarous and how fake the media could be. ”

Creator Klaus Schwab about he had been prepared by his previous experiences for the Oval Office had requested him. Trump noted that a businessman hadn’t ever been chosen president.

He explained he wasldquo;treated well” from the news media if he was a New York programmer when he entered politics, but that treatment shifted.

Trump drew laughter when he told Schwab how, throughout his lifetime, he’s gotten a “disproportionate amount of press or media.”  

What experiences from the past  have been most useful in preparing you.  

Trump responded.  

“I have always loved business,” he said. “I have always been good at building things, and I’ve always been successful at earning money”    

Then he took his shot at his presidential opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Had the Democrats won, the stock exchange  “rather than being up almost 50%   — the stock exchange is up since my election almost 50 percent  — instead of that, I believe the stock exchange with that level, the initial degree, would have been down near 50%,” he explained.

Trump went to jab Democrats on economics.  

Schwab declined to comment on whether his inquiries for the president proved too soft, but he said,  “As a politician that we are acquainted with we’re utilized to him expressing his views about the press. ”

“people, Fake news. Fake news. Average New York Times bogus tales,” he explained as he had been walking with a bunch  of reporters.