President Trump on Friday night slammed a BuzzFeed The Special Report Robert Mueller's team has released a rare statement claiming the outlet got its facts wrong.
Trump went to Twitter to recall his 57.5 million followers that BuzzFeed, an outlet failing pile of garbage Trump.
BUZZFEED ROCKS MEDIA INDUSTRY AFTER MUELLER TEAM DISPUTES REPORT: 'MEDIA ERRORS ARE ALWAY'S ANTI-TRUMP'
"Remember it was Buzzfeed that released the totally discredited 'Dossier,' paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, on which the entire Russian sample is b ased! "he tweeted.
Trump's comments came after Mueller's team detoured from his "no comment" media strategy and released a statement refuting the BuzzFeed story, which alleged that Trump instructed his Former Attorney, Michael Cohen, on the occasion of real estate deals in Russia.
Michael Cohen's Congressional testimony are not accurate, "special counsel spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement Friday.
But while the language of the denial was tepid, Mueller's rare statement suggested that none of the assertions in the Buzzfeed story are correct, the Washington Post reported. [1
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Buzzfeed claims Mueller has learned to co-ordinate Trump Tower project in Moscow during the 2016 presidential election
Rudy Giuliani, Trump's lawyer, so issued a rare statement of praise of the Mueller team for refuting the story and suggested the Department of Justice should go after the leakers of the false information.
"Now the DOJ must reveal the leakers of this false buzzfeed story which the press and democrats gleefully embraced. And maybe House Dems should wait to investigate until the Mueller report is filed. 4 have started already. There may be nothing to legitimate investigate, "he wrote in a tweet.
" I commend Bob Mueller's office for correcting the Buzz false false story that pres. Trump encouraged Cohen to lie, "Giuliani added. "I ask the press to take this hysterical desire to destroy this president has gone far far.
BuzzFeed's editor-in-chief, Ben Smith, issued a statement that quotes the statement "by our reporting and the sources who "It's Disputing."
Fox News' Alex Pappas, Brooke Singman, Jake Gibson contributed to this report.