Reporter Accuses Trump Of Encouraging Political Violence, Trump Instantly Shuts Her Down

As President Trump was leaving for Huntington, West Virginia on Friday, he responded to a few questions from the press.

The President had a stern response to one reporter who accused him of encouraging political violence with his speech. (Video Below) 

In the past two weeks democrats and the media have accused President Trump of his rhetoric for the the mail bombs sent to Democrats along with a massacre at a Pittsburgh Synagogue.

The media and democrats have claimed it was politically motivated and Trump was to blame.

As President Trump was leaving the White House, a reporter yelled, “You’re encouraging politically motivated violence with the way you speak.”

The President pointed at the reporter and immediately shot back. (Video Below) 

Reporter Accuses Trump Of Encouraging Political Violence, Trump Instantly Shuts Her Down

“You’re creating violence by your question.” President Trump responded sternly.

The reporter while stunned asked, “Me?” Trump replied, “You are creating…”

The president continued by adding that violence is stoked up by “fake news.” (Video Below) 

Trump continued, “A lot of the reporters are creating violence by not writing the truth. The fake news is creating violence. You know what? The people that support Trump and the people that support us, which is a lot of people, most people, many people, those people know when a story is true and when a story is false.”

“If the media would write correctly and write accurately and write fairly, you’d have a lot less violence in the country.” He concluded.


President Trump has continually called out the “fake news.” He pointed out for the record that the fake news media are the “enemy of the people” and tweeted Monday, “The people of our Great Country are angry and disillusioned at receiving so much Fake News. They get it, and fully understand!”