things about this president, to say snarky things, to doubt his word. scott pelley: it has been a busy day for presidential statements divorced from reality. howie: you know, the anchors of a network evening newscast have a special place, people still look to them to be fair arbiters of the news and the language, scott pelley uses while on cbs when he comes out and essentially calls president trump a liar, may win him applause from some in the mainstream media, but it seems to cross a very clear line. sharyl: but kurtz says president trump has also crossed a clear line. howie: when he uses phrases like mainstream media "fake news," "enemy of the american people," that in my view goes a l president trump: a few days ago, i called the fake news the enemy of the people. and they are. they are the enemy of the people. howie: there certainly is reason for him to be upset with the way that he is covered. he can never seem to catch a break, if he gets a good story it's gone within 24 hours. but enemy of the american people suggests traitorous behavior and i think that goes over the line.
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