President Donald Trump slammed the White House hosting of his WHMcs show “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, calling it “bad news.”
“It’s not good news for America,” Trump said in a statement Tuesday.
“It’s bad news for our country and its leaders.”
Trump also ripped the hosts of ABC’s “Good Night America” for using a clip from “The Apprentice” to host a Trump-themed show in March.
“The very thought that the White Houses show is a parody of The Apprentice is offensive,” Trump wrote in a tweet.
“The Apprentice’s” Eric Trump hosted WHMCs show on April 13, 2016, in a clip Trump tweeted out on March 23.
Trump later deleted the tweet, but the clip resurfaced on a Twitter account for the WHMics show.
“We all need to stand together against these attacks and the disrespect that they represent,” he added.
Trump has frequently criticized the hosts for using clips from the reality television show, including the scene where he was interviewed by ABC News’ Jonathan Karl in which he criticized “the media for being very bad” at covering his administration.
Trump also criticized ABC’s Chris Wallace for saying he was “stunned” when Wallace called him a liar during a presidential debate on February 23.
“I was stunned that he actually called me a liar, I’m not a liar,” Trump told ABC News in a taped interview that aired the next day.
“It doesn’t surprise me at all,” he said.
“If I’m ever in the Whitehouse and I hear him say that I’m a liar I’m going to call him out on it.”
The WHMems show, “Goodmorning America,” is part of WHMCs annual “Goodbye, America” series.
The show features interviews with people from around the country, including lawmakers, business leaders, athletes, and other prominent figures.