WATCH: President Trump Tells Hostile PBS Reporter to ‘Be Nice’ – Says Negativity is Why ‘Nobody Trusts the Media Anymore’

President Donald Trump scolded the perpetually bitter PBS NewsHour reporter Yamiche Alcindor during the press briefing in the White House Rose Garden on Sunday.

PBS hack Yamiche Alcindor, who accused President Trump of being the leader of a White Nationalist party at a previous press conference, makes it her mission to attack the president and his supporters whenever possible.

The president told Alcindor to “be nice” and that the negativity is why “nobody trusts the media anymore.”

The exchange began when Alcindor asked President Trump about an interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity in which he said that some requests made by governors for coronavirus help were overblown or unnecessary.

“Why don’t you act in a little more positive…it’s always get ya, get ya, get ya,” Trump replied. “You know what? That’s why nobody trusts the media anymore.”

“That’s why you used to work for the [New York] Times and now you work for somebody else,” he added. “Look, let me tell you something: Be nice. Don’t be threatening.”

Alcindor was able to ask the president a second question after CNN’s Jeremy Diamond passed her the microphone during his turn. She asked “which health professionals are telling you that more people will die from the economic impact than coronavirus?”



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