https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/16/politics ... index.html
Here is just a sampling from one of the articles. It is representative of what most of these articles have to say:
Ok, first of all, Trump never called "the press...'the enemy of the people'. " He specifically called "fake news...the enemy of the people." He also never called the press fake, rather, he accused the press of reporting fake news.I'm humbled to report that Boise Weekly is one of hundreds of newspapers across the U.S. that are, this week, calling out the clear and present danger of President Donald Trump's attack on journalism. Trump is not the first U.S. President to tangle with the media, yet he chooses to define his administration via vitriolic rhetoric, calling the press "fake," "disgusting," "liars," "sick," and most recently, "the enemy of the people." The barrage is more than ugly. It's a reckless attempt to corrode a key pillar of democracy.
If you're gonna accuse the President of dangerously and unfairly attacking your institution, at least get your facts straight. Right now you look like a bunch of crybabies with damaged egos. I also find it kinda ironic to see the press whining about being attacked by Trump when all the press had done itself is attack Trump, 24/7 since the day he became President.