Donald Trump denounces negative polls, coverage as "fake news"

Trump, in a late-morning tweet took aim squarely at the Times, in a tweet apparently written as he arrived at MacDill Air Force Base.

He has said that judges who blocked the order - which temporarily halted immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries and suspended the United States refugee programme - are putting the U.S. in peril.

He then tweeted a few minutes later, saying that he calls his "own shots".

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The Justice Department is now fighting against a federal judge's ruling that halted Trump's travel ban on citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. When O'Reilly described the Russian leader as a "killer", Trump implied that America had a similar reputation and could not judge.

Trump lashes out at all polls showing he has low popularity, calling them "fake news", and insisting that most Americans support his plans to tighten entry into the US.

In a filing, the Justice Department said courts don't have the same information as a president has and should not make such decisions.

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A CBS News poll released Friday found a majority, 51 percent, disapproves of the ban and 45 percent approves it. Specifically, Trump referenced people's alleged desire for "border security and extreme vetting".

Meanwhile, while POTUS was flexing his prowess, Apple, Google and Microsoft filed a legal brief opposing Trump's temporary immigration ban, arguing that it "inflicts significant harm on American business", as reported by Reuters.

Over the last several days, President Trump has been using the social network and interviews to defend his executive order on immigration, which has faced widespread opposition.

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