Donald Trump blasts media over money scrutiny
Washington : US Presidential poll elections candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed media reports raising question about the money he had raised, which he claim to have donated four months earlier for veterans.
"Instead of being like, ‘Thank you very much, Mr. Trump’ or ‘Trump did a good job,’ everyone’s saying, ‘Who got it, who got it, who got it?’ ” Trump said in a news conference here at Trump Tower.
"And you make me look very bad. I have never received such bad publicity for doing such a good job."
Trump didn’t leave media so easily and framed it as 'dishonest' and 'unfair'. He quoted his own good news interrupting his recitation of $5.6 million in donations to veterans to complain again about the media.
“I didn’t want to have credit,” Trump said at one point. “What I got was worse than credit, because they were questioning me.”
On January 28 this year, Donald Trump had participated in a fundraiser programme and with success riding over him he managed to gather huge amount for himself. Now, with a question of supplying the funds to the needy persons, several questions were posed over Mr Trump.