Establishment media is getting on Trump’s last nerve.

It has been a week of triumph for Trump as he publicly tore down several fake news reporters.

Just recently, the New York Times posted a story detailing how President Trump was allegedly hiring a new lawyer for the Russia probe—which he quickly refuted.

But of much interest is the surprising source of the story—an avid Hillary supporter.

Trump called out the reporter – Maggie Haberman of the New York Times – as a Hillary flunky.

In emails released by WikiLeaks in 2016, Haberman was identified in a Clinton campaign strategy document as a “friendly reporter” who had “teed up” stories in the past.

Maggie Haberman, a “Hillary flunky” as Trump put it, is a White House reporter for the New York Times who alleged that Trump was considering hiring the same lawyer that Bill Clinton used when evading the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

Trump’s attack on Haberman came just hours after he took down another fake news reporter—Chuck Todd.

The Daily Caller reported:

President Donald Trump rebutted a recent New York Times story claiming he was considering hiring a new lawyer to handle the ongoing Russia probe and called out one of the reporters responsible by name.

Haberman, a White House reporter for The New York Times, wrote Saturday along with her colleague that Trump was considering hiring a veteran Washington lawyer who had previously assisted former President Bill Clinton in the Lewinsky scandal.

Trump’s callout of Haberman comes just hours after he shouted at another familiar foe, NBC’s Chuck Todd. The president told supporters at a recent campaign rally Todd was “a sleeping son of a bitch, I’ll tell you” rekindling his oft repeated insult of Todd as “sleepy eyes.”

President Trump is on his last nerve with news outlets like the New York Times and CNN spreading whatever false stories they wish.

After Trump’s recent message to Americans asking them to turn off the fake news, it is no surprise that he is shutting these catalyst reports down.

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