Earlier this week, the New York Times published an article that paints a odd picture of the US President's life at the White House. Nine other domestic attacks in were listed, including one that injured 31 people when an improvised bomb exploded on 23rd Street in Manhattan. Trump did not specify any particular incidents that had been omitted from coverage.
"They have their reasons, and you understand that", he said without elaborating. Only two attacks from any of these countries are included in Trump's list - and both were directed against Westerners. However, several, including the attacks in San Bernardino, Orlando, Paris and Nice, were major news events for days or weeks both domestically and overseas.
"The media has been extensively covering terrorist attacks going back to the bombing of the USS Cole", she added citing an attack which predated 9/11 by almost a year. "It's gotten to a point where it's not even being reported", Trump told his commander in Tampa.
The immigration order, entitled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States", was already subject to criticism because no attacks on USA soil since 9/11 have been committed by nationals from those restricted countries - and this new list shows more of that same trend. High profile attacks that received massive amounts of media coverage. However, US officials claimed that "most" of the attacks were not adequately reported by Western media outlets, CNN reported.
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The negative ones included "unhelpful comments" by Vitaly Mutko, the Russian sports minister and deputy prime minister, he said. Russian officials have continued to state publicly that no state-sponsored system operated in the country.
Spicer mentioned Atlanta alongside cities where Islamist terrorism has been carried out.
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"The Trump administration has already asserted blatant lies as truth, then excused them as 'alternative facts.' Together these new statements push toward a specific pre-debunking of any media coverage of terrorist attacks, and allowing Trump to push his own counternarrative". "It doesn't want you to know the truth about how unsafe terrorism is".
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