‘Stain on America!’ Trump denounces ‘Fake News Media’ after string of major reporting errors exposed

Chief executive Trump on Sunday slammed “ the Fake News Media, ” which usually he called “ out of control, ” after a string of major mistakes in reporting on his presidency surfaced over the past week.

“ Hardly any discussion of all the purposely false plus defamatory stories put out this week with the Fake News Media, ” he messaged. “ They are out of control – proper reporting means nothing to them. ”

The particular president continued, “ Major is situated written, then forced to be taken after they are exposed… a spot on America! ”

Trump’ s comments came after  a Washington Blog post reporter tweeted a misleading photograph   about the crowd dimension at Friday’ s rally within Pensacola, Fla., during which Trump required aim at ABC News’ John Ross and CNN.  

In a now-deleted tweet, the Post’ s Dork Weigel posted a photo of a half-empty arena to mock Trump just for saying the rally was “ packed to the rafters. ”

But that will photo was not taken while Trump was speaking. Trump tweeted pictures showing the arena when it had been full.

“. @daveweigel @washingtonpost put out the phony photo of an empty world hours before I arrived @ the venue, w/ thousands of individuals outside, on their way in, ” he or she tweeted. “ Real photos today shown as I spoke. Packed home, many people unable to get in. Demand apology & retraction from FAKE INFORMATION WaPo! ”

Weigel tweeted, “ Certain thing: I apologize, ”   stating he deleted the photo right after another reporter informed him he previously “ gotten it wrong. ”

“ It was a bad tweet upon my personal account, not a story to get Washington Post. I deleted this after like 20 minutes. Really fair to call me away, ” Weigel said in one more tweet.

Trump later called for Weigel to be terminated.

Previously at the Friday rally itself, Trump slammed ABC News’ Brian Ross.

“ They took this fraudster through ABC — they suspended your pet for a month, ” he stated. “ They should have fired your pet for what he wrote. ”

Ross was suspended for four weeks with out pay after he reported that will former national security adviser Erina Flynn had been directed by Trump — when he was a applicant for president — to make contact with the particular Russians. ABC News later fixed the report to note that the purchase to Flynn came when Trump was already president-elect.

Trump also said Friday that CNN had apologized “ just a little whilst ago” for a reporting error.

“ These people apologized! Oh thank you, CNN. Thank you. You should have been apologizing for the last 2 yrs, ” he said.

CNN had to correct a story that recommended the Trump campaign , which includes Donald Trump Jr.,   have been tipped off early about hacked DNC emails from WikiLeaks in order to later emerged that the alert involved material already publicly available.

CNN replied, “ CNN’s initial reporting from the date on an email sent to people of the Trump campaign about Wikileaks documents, which was confirmed by 2 sources to CNN, was wrong. We have updated our story to incorporate the correct date, and present the correct context for the timing of e-mail. ”

No disciplinary action is going to be taken in the matter, a CNN recognized said in a tweet.

On Saturday, Trump accused CNN of “ the vicious and purposeful mistake. ”

Fox News’ Brian Flood and The Associated Push contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a politics media reporter at FoxNews. com. Follow your pet on Twitter at @AlexPappas.