President Trump has sent a formal letter to the Pulitzer Committee , urging them to revoke their awards given to phony journalists at the New York Times and Washington Post.

“Dear Mr. Kliment” President Trump began. “I call on the Pulitzer Prize Board to immediately rescind the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting awarded to the staffs of The New York Times and The Washington Post, which was based on false reporting of a non-existent link between the Kremlin and the Trump Campaign.”

“As has been widely publicized, the coverage was no more than a politically motivated farce which attempted to spin a false narrative that my campaign supposedly colluded with Russia despite a complete lack of evidence underpinning this allegation.”

These reporters promulgated outlandish claims of Russia-Trump collusion in the election, but declassified documents revealed show just how fake their news was.

Sadly, these reporters won awards for their false reporting. Trump knew this, and has since set out correct the record.

Here are a handful of examples of the New York Times making claims that were patently false.

“Without holding the recipients to such a high standard of accountability,” Trump ended his letter,  “the integrity of the Pulitzer Prize namesake stands to be wholly compromised.”

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