Let's get this straight ("Trump bashes leaks, media and judges, calls administration 'a fine-tuned machine,'" Feb. 16). Every story critical of President Donald Trump or his policies is "fake news," but his Electoral College victory was the biggest since Ronald Reagan (when actually Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush all had higher totals)?
Meanwhile, Mr. Trump insists, with no evidence, that 3 million (or more) people voted illegally and, coincidentally, all for Hillary Clinton, and that his "Trump University" wasn't a sham. Further, he would sue all of those women who claimed he groped them (shocking that no lawsuits have been filed), that President Obama was not a U.S. citizen (totally disproven years ago), that thousands of Muslims cheered at the fall of the World Trade Center towers and that Sen. Ted Cruz's father was in on the John F. Kennedy assassination and on and on.
Who is the purveyor of "fake news?" When will people who supported him believing that his lies were part of his campaign strategy begin to realize what kind of person they elected?
Jon Jacobson, Ruxton