The media have intentionally and rudely alienated the President with an unnecessary, entitled, aggressiveness bordering on manic. President Trump was elected and no nitpicking by media swallowers can change that. The media owes their President, in fact everyone, appropriate deference if they want to further a relationship instead of blowing it up. They should listen to the profanity laced verbal assaults of celebrities and to what they said about and to the President and listen also to those in the media focusing on turnout numbers for the inauguration - just another example of media salivating for any opportunity to caste their President in a negative light - to understand why he is sensitive to any communication with them. I say this: Unless the media reaches out with an olive branch to this administration, and earns respect from Trump, it will be a long 4-8 years for them sitting out on the curb.. If you expect the highest office in the land to kowtow to you then you need therapy. (You need therapy anyway.) What portion of your viewing public really cares about taxes unless it's tax reduction policy? Who cares about audience size? (Did you check and then inclusively report the television ratings?) Who cares about Kelly-Ann's clothes? Karen Prince's clothes? (I thought they looked nice) Donald's hair? Your frothing at the mouth and endless sniffing around for embarrassing events appear like SNL and the hostile opinions and actions of shit-for-brains celebs like Madonna. Any News is OK but not your constant focus, I am arguing. Media needs to mind its manners but if not who cares? The Donald will go direct to the people, those who elected him, using social media. He has more than twenty million followers on Twitter alone. Better than you! As for liberal elitist celebrities and those they incite to riot, and their media fellow travelers, you insult your President, Americans in general and yourselves by behaving like assholes -and despite Obama's final words of encouragement, nobody normal needs an extra asshole.