The media’s coverage of the US election has been dominated by a series of claims that it is dominated by an “unreliable and dishonest” media.
“Fake news” has been a frequent theme in the coverage.
But on Monday, President Donald Trump said the media is being dishonest because they are covering his false claims of widespread voter fraud and the impact of voter fraud on elections.
The President also said that there are “millions of votes cast illegally” by people who “just voted twice”.
The comments were made during a speech in Ohio, where Mr Trump is expected to campaign on Monday.
He also accused the media of having “fabricated the results” and said he has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether “millennials voted illegally” in the 2016 presidential election.
Mr Trump also used his speech to address a series to call out the media for its coverage of his presidency.
“The Fake News Media, who are failing so badly at their job, is out of control with their phony election fraud story.
We will stop it,” he said.
“So, the media are the enemy of the American people, and they should be ashamed of themselves. “
“And we are going to stop them.” “
The President made his comments on Monday in the city of Columbus, where he was campaigning with Republican congressional candidate and Ohio governor John Kasich. “
And we are going to stop them.”
The President made his comments on Monday in the city of Columbus, where he was campaigning with Republican congressional candidate and Ohio governor John Kasich.
In the speech, Mr Trump claimed that more than 3.5 million people voted in Ohio.
“We have the biggest election fraud in the history of the world, in my opinion,” he told the crowd.
“Millions of people just voted twice.
And that is fake news.”
“It is a total lie, folks, it’s not fake news,” he added.
“Look at this.
I have a massive rally today in Ohio.”
Mr Trump’s campaign has disputed Mr Kasich’s claim that more people voted twice in Ohio on Tuesday.
“It’s a total fabrication,” Mr Kasich told reporters on Monday evening.
I know I was in Ohio and I voted.” “
I think they went to the polls and they voted.
I know I was in Ohio and I voted.”
“Thousands and thousands of people were on the ballot in Ohio who have voted multiple states. “
“Now, I am going to get to the bottom of it and I will be right back. “
“If this is what is going on, I have people who are going, ‘Oh, he’s lying to me’. “
I have to tell you, I don’t care about that.” “
If this is what is going on, I have people who are going, ‘Oh, he’s lying to me’.
I have to tell you, I don’t care about that.”
The Ohio election was marred by the discovery of thousands of voter registrations for people who had moved to the state in the months before the election.
The campaign has said the registrations had been purged.
But the Democratic National Committee said it could not verify those registrations.
“Our experts told us that thousands of new voters were added to the rolls in Ohio after we conducted a thorough review,” the DNC said in a statement.
“They were all voters who did not vote in Ohio in 2016.”
The DNC said that, in addition to Mr Trump, other candidates and Democrats in Congress who voted in the state were also “found to have voted twice” on Tuesday, and it has “proved this to be false”.