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President Trump resumed his battle Monday with the "Fake News" as he settled back into Washington after a "vacation" that turned into perhaps the most eventful stretch of his presidency.
On the heels of a tumultuous two-and-a-half weeks, the president is seeking a reset -- one that will begin with a major announcement Monday night on his Afghanistan strategy. From there, he plans to hold a campaign-style rally Tuesday in Arizona.
But he started his White House workday railing once again against the news media, calling particular attention to a Fox News interview with Liberty University's Jerry Falwell Jr., who defended the president amid the controversy over his response to the Charlottesville violence.
Trump urged the "Fake News" to listen to Falwell, and called the media "dishonest" in another tweet.
Source: Fox News