Trump: Exposing The Media As Corrupt "Will Go Down As One Of My Greatest Achievements"
Former President Donald Trump spoke about the media's treatment of President Joe Biden on Saturday at a campaign-style rally for supporters in Sarasota, Florida.
"I think one of my greatest achievements is explaining to people that the media in this country is corrupt and it's corrupt. It's going to go down as one of my greatest achievements," Trump said.
"He had a hard time with the speech. He was stumbling a lot," Trump said of a recent Biden speech. "A lot of bad things were happening with that speech, and I said, that's really sad. And then I turned on MSDNC and CNN, I just wanted to see what they thought. And they go, uh, this was one of the truly great speeches of our time. You know, FDR? A lot of people here might not like FDR, but he was a great, elegant speaker, right? 'The only thing you have to fear is fear itself.' Remember how beautiful the words were so beautiful? The voice was so beautiful. The brain actually worked well. It was a good friend."
"And one of them on CNN said this very much compares to the late, great FDR," Trump continued. "They said. And that and that's why their credibility is going down the tubes, they were comparing his speech, which was sad. It was sad. They were comparing it to FDR. No, that doesn't work, but their credibility is at an all-time low. The media, the fake news media is at all-time low -- did I have anything to do with that? I think so. I think it's one of my greatest achievements. I think one of my greatest achievements is explaining to people that the media in this country is corrupt and it's corrupt. It's going to go down as one of my greatest achievements."