The Post and Courier Got Salty With Donald Trump

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The current frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination spoke on the USS Yorktown this week, saying 70 to 75 percent of the media are "absolute scum."
Hirsute sweet potato and not-at-all-fake presidential candidate Donald Trump stopped off in Charleston this week for the standard sort of "whites only" rally America has come to love him for. There were #BlackLivesMatter representatives in attendance, though not for long, who were summarily ushered out by police to the vociferous glee of Trumpsters and Trumpettes alike.
Earlier in the day, The Donald had released a new and frankly horrifying statement regarding the non-place of Muslims on American soil, a wonderful bit of neo-fascism dressed up as due diligence if ever there were. As to Trump's photo-op in Patriots Point, the bankruptcy magnate issued a number of boilerplate screeds against Barack Obama, establishment Republicans, the Internet and mainstream media:

.@realDonaldTrump on media: "Seventy to 75 percent is absolute scum."
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) December 8, 2015

ZING! Why, pray tell, is such a sizeable bloc of American news media absolute scum?

.@realdonaldtrump on media: "They don't want to show this crowd. They're not going to show all the people outside trying to get in."
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) December 8, 2015

It's about the lack of coverage, you see. Nevermind that Trump dominates virtually all political news currently. Nevermind that Donald Trump is a walking, talking viral moment about to happen. Nevermind, says the Post and Courier, that the Post and Courier literally tweeted pictures of all the people outside trying to get into this baffling affair:

Here's our photo of the people lined up to get into @realDonaldTrump's rally on the #USSYorktown, just FYI. pic.twitter.com/QAdNMSXgFi
— The Post and Courier (@postandcourier) December 8, 2015

Just FYI, Donald. One certainly expects a full apology when you return to Chucktown for the Republican debate in January.