in the vicinity
Trump takes over ABC’s double standard
Former Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign Director, Adrienne Elrod and the former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, President Trump’s response to ABC’s cancellation of the show Roseanne after Roseanne Barr for the racist tweet.
President Trump blasted what he called a “Double Standard” in ABC News on Thursday to ask why he didn’t get an apology for certain statements and reports about him.
“Iger, where is my call of apology? You and ABC million have offended people, and they demand a response. How is Brian Ross to do? He filled up the market with a ABC, but no excuse. Double Standard!” Trump tweeted early Thursday.
Iger, where is my call of apology? You and ABC million have offended people, and they demand a response. How is Brian Ross to do? He filled up the market with a ABC, but no excuse. Standard Double Room!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) may 31, 2018
The President’s comments follow the cancellation of Roseanne Barr’s comeback-a revival of “Roseanne”, about her racist tweets about former Obama aide Valerie Jarrett.
The President on Wednesday first, the heat on Disney CEO Bob Iger of contrasting is its handling of Barr with Disney and ABC’s treatment of his administration. (ABC is owned by Disney.)
“Bob Iger of ABC by the name of Valerie Jarrett to tell her that ABC does not tolerate any comments like this” made by Roseanne Barr,” Trump tweeted Wednesday. “Man, he never President Donald J. Trump to apologize called, for the TERRIBLE statements and said to me, on ABC. Maybe I didn’t get the call?”
Barr lost to show her, according to the description of Jarrett as “the Muslim brotherhood & the planet of the apes had a baby.” Jarrett later, Iger said had called you before you cancelled the network, the show.
“He apologized,” Jarrett said in an MSNBC appearance. “He said he had zero tolerance for this type of racist, bigoted comment, and he wanted me to know before he made it public that he cancel his show, and so I guess that you did this so quickly.”
The President on Thursday, although, in contrast to, against the handling of the ABC-Brian Ross, the locked was for four weeks in the year 2017, without pay, after a botched “exclusive” on the former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn. He’s now back in the air.
ABC News has, but, excuse, not to Outdo.
“We deeply regret and apologize for the serious mistakes we made yesterday,” ABC News statement read in time. “The financial reporting of Brian Ross, while the special report is not fully reviewed by our editorial standards process. Due to our continuous coverage over the next several hours ultimately, we found that the information was incorrect and we corrected the mistake on air and online.”
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on Wednesday that Trump wants to know why Sodium has not apologized for the “terrible things” said by anti-Trump personalities such as Keith Olbermann, Jemele Hill, Joy Behar and Kathy Griffin.
Fox News’ Alex Pappas and Brian Flood contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.