Media bias: Trump launches his own ‘nightly campaign coverage’ & Trump Hotel


The GOP presidential candidate in the race to the White House, Donald J. Trump has derided the American mainstream or leftist media and alleged bias throughout his presidential campaign . . .

Photo above: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the St. Augustine Amphitheater on Oct. 24, 2016, in St. Augustine, Fla. (Photo: Mark Wallheiser, Getty Images).

The Trump campaign says it intends to use Facebook Live broadcasts to take the candidate’s message directly to the voters.

As a result of this media bias, Trump launched his own “nightly campaign coverage” in a live broadcast on the Republican nominee’s Facebook page Monday night.


The coverage began at 6:30 p.m. ET, the same time as most U.S. network nightly newscasts. Hosted by Trump campaign advisers Boris Epshteyn and Cliff Sims, the show was broadcast from the campaign war room in Trump Tower via Facebook Live, the social media platform’s live streaming feature.

Trump promoting “nightly campaign coverage” on his Facebook page starting tonight. 6:30pm– up against the real nightly news– coincidence?

The Trump campaign said it intends to use the Facebook Live broadcasts to take the candidate’s message directly to the voters.

Some have speculated that Trump intends to launch his own television network — which some have referred to as Trump TV — if his presidential bid fails. Trump denied that as lies!

See TRUMP TOWER LIVE broadcast video news from Trump’s Facebook page, below:

Trump opens Trump Hotel near the White House

Trump took a short time off his busy campaign schedule to fly to Washington DC (the U.S. capital) to open his hotel in a Grand Opening Of The Trump International Hotel in Washington (10/26/2016)

Watch the opening of Trump’s hotel below:



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