His capabilities have now expanded under Trump.
"What the president frequently then does is goes back and tries to argue that the underlying facts that he's being presented by the intelligence community aren't underlying facts," David Sanger said.
What else could Trump have done?
Brian Stelter: 'My Inbox Is Full Of E-mails From Journalists Worried About The Chilling Effects Of Trump's Tweet'
CNN's Brian Stelter asked the NY Times' David Sanger if reporters were getting nervous because of Trump's call to investigate how NBC News received information about the Intelligence report on Russia's attempts to influence our election.
New York Times writer David Sanger calmly points out that, uh, no, Sean Spicer isn't being, you know, "factual."
David Sanger of the New York Times points out the obvious. Sean Spicer is a liar.
George Will apparently doesn't think that those receiving unemployment benefits spend their checks because he claims that another extension would not