The us President, Donald Trump has attacked CNN president Jeff Zucker on Twitter, saying that he should be fired.
The president, Trump told CNN that “the hatred and extreme bias” toward him made by the media of the organization “may not work”.
“Little Jeff Z has done a terrible job, his grades suck, and AT&T should fire him to save your credibility!”, tweeted.
Mr. Zucker is currently on a six-week leave of absence from CNN to recover from having heart surgery.
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AT&T said it had no comment.
CNN declined to comment on the latest tweet, but directed at the BBC for his response on Twitter of the President of Trump’s tweets on Wednesday.
The station also noted that your rating of this month – 707,000 viewers – were its second highest ever reached during the month of August.
In addition, CNN highlighted the fact that comScore’s Multi-Platform Media Metrix ranked CNN as the number one cross-platform, visitors, mobile visitors, video starts, millennial reach and social following.
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The president Trump has long complained about CNN, arguing that it is dishonest and focused on his own agenda.
A CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins was expelled from the White House event in July, after questions about the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Mr. Trump, the ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen.
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In a second tweet on Thursday, the President Trump also criticized NBC News.
“What you are going to CNN’s happening, in different degrees, in other networks with NBC News is the worst,” he said.
He added that it was “good news” that NBC News president Andy Lack could face dismissal over his handling of a series of sexual harassment allegations against a high-profile news presenters, as well as the hiring of former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
During the last few months, the President Trump has also directed the Washington Post, which is owned by the founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos.
In March, accusing the internet giant of ripping off the us Postal Service.
In June, he said that the Washington Post was “false news”, and was purchased by Amazon, in an attempt to help avoid the payment of taxes on the internet.