Trump also said that he gets a “lot of honesty from the internet,” as if the internet was once singluar source for information.
Trump: "Forget the press — read the internet, study other things" pic.twitter.com/ImWZCA96Ei— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) October 18, 2016
There was a decent amount of reaction to Trump’s comment today.
Donald Trump in Colorado: "Forget the press, read the Internet. I get a lot of honesty over the Internet. I do get some dishonesty, too.” pic.twitter.com/zE9Uk3Wnqo — Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) 18, 2016
"Forget the press, read the Internet" is the perfect summation of the Trump phenomenon. Translated: Forget the truth, read the lies. https://t.co/B700lJfRJJ — Ben White (@morningmoneyben) October 18, 2016
Trump is now in Las Vegas as he prepares for tomorrow’s presidential debate, the third and final of the election season. [image via screengrab] – Follow Justin Baragona on Twitter: @justinbaragona
Trump in Colorado, on what could be his campaign mantra: "Forget the press, read the internet, study other things." — Ashley Parker (@AshleyRParker) October 18, 2016