So how's about this headline from the Washington Post?
Without evidence, Trump tells lawmakers 3 million to 5 million illegal ballots cost him the popular voteOr this one from the New York Times?
Trump Repeats Lie About Popular Vote In Meeting With LawmakersWe're one week in. If this is the so-called "honeymoon period" then how much worse is it going to be?
This has got to be a concern the White House. Take a look at this coverage in The Hill:
Later, he offered the remarks about the demoralizing coverage, arguing it is always negative and questioning why the media doesn't write positive stories on Trump, such as his “success in keeping American jobs.”OK you're wrong, snowflake.
“I’ve never seen it like this. The default narrative is always negative, and it’s demoralizing,” Spicer said.
“When we’re right, say we’re right. When we’re wrong, say we’re wrong,” he continued. “But it’s not always wrong and negative.”
You were wrong about the crowd size at the inauguration and you're wrong about the illegal ballots. Period.
You. Are. Wrong.
"Alternative facts" aren't facts. They're falsehoods. And Trump has been peddling them for years (climate change? A hoax. Obama birth certificate? A fake).
Perhaps Keith Olbermann isn't too far from wrong here: