More people trust Trump than mainstream media

 
More people trust Trump than mainstream media
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The American mainstream media, which President Trump repeatedly has called "fake news," are increasingly losing the trust of the American people.

Slightly more voters find the White House more truthful than the media, according to the latest Fox News Poll.

In addition, most feel the press is tougher on President Trump than it was on President Obama. But that may be a positive development, as a majority thinks aggressive coverage of the presidency is good for the country.

By a slim 45-42 percent margin, more voters say they trust the Trump administration to “tell the public the truth” than the reporters who cover the White House. Ten percent say neither.

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