Following a tweet refuting an NBC News story that Trump had asked his military advisors to increase America's nuclear arsenal tenfold and dismissing it as "pure fiction, made up to demean", Trump tweeted, "With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country!" Trump wrote in a post on Twitter.
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The home-sharing company has permanently banned Natt, and is working with local law enforcement in their on-going investigation. Starnes reckons the bedroom camera recorded him naked. "I hope more victims will come forward", Starnes said.
The tweet about network licenses followed Trump's 9:45 a.m., ET, tweet calling NBC News "fake" news for a story about US nuclear arsenal.
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"Trump indicated he wanted a bigger stockpile, not the bottom position on that downward-sloping curve", NBC News reported.
In response, a White House official speaking on the condition of anonymity told NBC that the nuclear arsenal was not a primary topic of the briefing this past summer. A Comcast spokeswoman did not immediately comment Wednesday.
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Another day, another casual threat from the president of the United States to abuse the powers of his office in order to stymie reporting that he doesn't like. Trump and the U.S. State Department denied the insult, though Tillerson himself did not. The Federal Communications Commission, an independent federal agency, does issue broadcast licenses and oversee standards at individual broadcast stations, although it does not license networks, according to Politico.