BREAKING: Trump Calls Out NYT for Fake News “Incorrectly Reported as Usual”

On Wednesday, President Trump took to social media to call out The New York Times for a recent story implying that he “backed off plans to introduce a Republican replacement for the Affordable Care Act” following a warning from Sen. Maj. Leader Mitch McConnell.

In a series of tweets, Trump refuted the story, and said he “was never planning on a vote prior to the 2020 election,” which he called “a great campaign issue.”

“I never asked Mitch McConnell for a vote before the election, as has been incorrectly reported (as usual) in [The New York Times,]” while re-affirming his support for “pre-existing conditions.”

Trump has sparred with various mainstream media networks and outlets throughout his presidency, and has specifically condemned the Times with allegations of politically biased coverage, as well as the intentional and unintentional sharing of false information.