Trump says he doesn't want NYT in the White House

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump officials making changes to signature drug pricing proposal, Azar says Are Democrats building a collapsible impeachment? Sanford: 'It carries real weight' to speak against Trump 'while in office' MORE said Monday that he doesn’t want to have copies of The New York Times in the White House anymore and suggested he would terminate the subscription.

“We don’t even want it in the White House anymore,” Trump told Fox News’s Sean HannitySean Patrick HannityBiden town hall on CNN finishes third in cable news race Top diplomat says Giuliani's 'campaign of lies' took down veteran ambassador Hannity slams Fox News polling on radio show MORE in an interview that aired Monday night. “We’re going to probably terminate that and the Washington Post.”

Trump also claimed that the Times apologized to its readers for its poor coverage of him, echoing his previous assertions about a letter the newspaper sent to its subscribers following the 2016 presidential election.

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The Times has forcefully pushed back on Trump’s accusations as false. The Times's publisher wrote in the letter to readers that news outlets underestimated Trump’s support among U.S. voters and described his victory as “unexpected.” The letter thanked subscribers and did not include an apology.

Trump, who regularly criticizes the media for unfair coverage of his White House, broadly described the media as “corrupt” during the exchange with Hannity. He also took a shot at CNN’s Anderson Cooper, accusing the anchor of lobbing a question to former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenLindsey Graham vows to not watch 'un-American' Trump impeachment hearings Trump goes on tweeting offensive ahead of public impeachment hearing University of Florida student government president faces impeachment over Trump Jr. appearance MORE about his son Hunter Biden's business dealings during last Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate.

“I watch this crazy Anderson Cooper during the debate apologize for having to ask the question,” Trump told Hannity.

Cooper has faced some criticism from Republicans for the way he framed a question during last week’s debate. He introduced the question by saying that Trump had “falsely accused” Hunter Biden of impropriety while serving on the board of a Ukrainian energy company and said there was “no evidence of wrongdoing” by either Biden. 

Trump’s allies, including his sons Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Washington braces for public impeachment hearings Donald Trump Jr. writes about Trump family 'sacrifices' during trip to Arlington National Cemetery: book Trump denies knowing lobbyist who boasted of inside access to administration MORE and Donald Trump Jr.Donald (Don) John TrumpTrump Jr. visit to 'The View' boosts ratings to highest in six months Sean Spicer eliminated from 'Dancing with the Stars' Trump Jr.: How can Dems beat Trump if they can't boot Sean Spicer from DWTS? MORE, have claimed Hunter Biden profited off of his father’s official position by obtaining lucrative business deals abroad. Trump and his personal attorney Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiGiuliani pens op-ed slamming 'unprecedented' impeachment inquiry Giuliani associate Lev Parnas discussed Ukraine with Trump at private dinner: report Democrats face make-or-break moment on impeachment MORE have also accused Joe Biden of corrupt behavior in his dealings with Ukraine as vice president, without providing specific evidence of it.

House Democrats have launched an impeachment inquiry focused on a July 25 phone call during which Trump encouraged Ukraine's leader to look into the Bidens.