Since taking office in January, President Donald Trump has been waging a war against the traditional news media, undermining reporters and news outlets at every turn with his oft-repeated “fake news” trope.
Speaking at a Louisville Chamber of Commerce event, McConnell said he had no issues finding reliable news, according to Politico.
“It is my view that most news is not fake. But I do try to look at a variety of sources,” he said.
On Monday alone, Trump sent out two tweets lambasting “fake news.”
Falwell, one of Trump’s evangelical advisers, appeared on “Fox & Friends” on Monday to defend the president’s comments about the white supremacist demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia.