Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Trump says he's delaying 'Fake News Awards' until mid-January

Trump says he's delaying 'Fake News Awards' until mid-January

In a tweet posted late Sunday afternoon, President Donald Trump said he plans to postpone his fake awards show for fake news to Wednesday, January 17, from Monday, January 8 - just in case you thought things couldn't get any sillier.

As you can see in the tweet above, the president is citing interest that "is far greater than anyone could have anticipated" as a possible reason for the date change.

He added: "Subjects will cover Dishonesty and Bad Reporting in various categories from the Fake News Media".

The late-night comedians responded by copying each other in an attempt to get the "Fake News Media" award, expressing the view that receiving an award would be a badge of honor.

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On January 2, the USA president tweeted to say he would be announcing "the most dishonest and corrupt media awards of the year". "Stay tuned!" he said.

Trump has fired back against author Michael Wolff and Bannon, calling Wolff a "total loser", and referring to Bannon as "Sloppy Steve".

In fact, to grab Trump's attention, the host of The Daily Show took out a full-page ad in the New York Times stating: "For your Most Dishonest & Corrupt Media Awards of the Year consideration". "So that was Donald Trump's day on Twitter".

On Thursday The Late Show's Stephen Colbert released a spoof ad asking the President to consider his show in all categories, including "Least Breitbarty", "Fakest Dishonesty", "Dishonestest Corruption", and for "The Eric Trump Memorial Award for Disappointment".

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