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Trump fired off tweets criticizing the media and states refusing to hand over voter info



President Donald Trump on Saturday sent out a flurry of back-to-back tweets criticizing the media and reacting to states refusing to hand over voter data.

That is, not before wishing "the great people of Canada" and his "new found friend" Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a Happy Canada day.

Trump then tweeted about former MSNBC host Greta Van Susteren, saying she was fired because she "refused to go along w/ 'Trump hate!'"

He then went on to address the news that more than 20 states have refused to provide voter data to the Trump admin, posing the question: "What are they trying to hide?"

He also shared that he is pleased "to see that CNN has finally been exposed as #FakeNews," after the company fired three journalists over a botched Russia story it later retracted.

Lastly (for now), he fired a couple of more shots at "Morning Joe" hosts "Crazy" Joe Scarborough and "dumb as a rock" Mika Brzezinski, saying they "are not bad people, but their low rated show is dominated by their NBC bosses."

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