Tuesday, December 12, 2017

UPDATE. Sorry, Donald, 3 New York Times reporters interviewed 60 of your advisers, associates, friends as well as members of Congress.

'Wrong!': Trump Attacks Report He Watches TV 4-8 Hours a Day, Amplifying Report He Watches TV 4-8 Hours a Day.  (The New Civil Rights Movement, 12/11/2017)

Related reading:
Trump, who claims he watches little television, complains about being ‘forced’ to view CNN.  (Washington Post, 11/15/2017) 
Donald Trump says he doesn't watch CNN. Except ...  (CNN, 8/7/2017)
Donald Trump spends an excessive amount of time watching TV — here are his favorite shows. (Business Insider, 3/11/2017)
The list includes "Morning Joe" (MSNBC) and "Anderson Cooper 360" (CNN).
Anderson Cooper Thinks President Trump Watches Too Much CNN.  (The Wrap, 2/8/2017)
Cooper said it’s not “in dispute at all” that Trump watches CNN, despite declaring it “fake news,” because he often comments in real time.

Related "You just tell them..." posts:
UPDATE. Sorry Donald, TIME chose the victims rather than the aggressor.  (12/6/2017)

12/10/2017 update, "What busy person has time to watch TV as much as 8 hours a day?" starts here.

Reported in Inside Trump’s Hour-by-HourBattle for Self-Preservation.  (The New York Times, 12/9/2017)
People close to him estimate that Mr. Trump spends at least four hours a day, and sometimes as much as twice that, in front of a television, sometimes with the volume muted, marinating in the no-holds-barred wars of cable news and eager to fire back.

The Marketts' "Batman Theme" debuted at #85 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending February 5, 1966.  (The TV series premiered on ABC a few weeks earlier, on January 12.)  The song spent 9 weeks on the chart, peaking at #17 for 2 weeks.

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