President Donald Trump keeps pushing the narrative that CNN is "Fake News", but he wants his fans to believe the reporting of a website that has promoted multiple conspiracy theories.
The media outlet has responded to the USA president's claims and wrote on Twitter that "it is not CNN's job to represent the U.S to the world". His latest target was CNN International, which he attacked on Saturday evening.
The takeaway? Twitter thinks Trump's continuous threats toward CNN aren't just a nuisance - they're a blow to principles of free speech and press freedom.
Since Trump's inauguration, CNN has taken a more hostile tone towards the president and many of his staff. Again, there is "nothing fake about that".
This week, the Department of Justice challenged a merger between AT&T and Time Warner, which owns CNN. Former FBI director James Comey also seemed to weigh in on the president's words when he tweeted about the freedom of the press.
CNN more adheres to the policy of the democratic party and often criticized trump during the race.
He did the same on Sunday, when he alleged CNN global of not correctly portraying news of USA to the world.