Donald Trump lashed out at another major news outlet Tuesday, this time attacking the New York Times. Trump told Fox's Sean Hannity that "the media is very unfair. They’re very biased". Trump further related his comments to the New York Times saying:
"You look at The New York Times, I mean, the fail — I call it ‘The Failing New York Times’ because it won’t be in business for another, probably more than a few years unless somebody goes in and buys it and wants to lose a lot of money...But The New York Times is so unfair. I mean they write three, four articles about me a day. No matter how good I do on something, they’ll never write good"
Trump then suggested that the Times might have their press credentials removed, joining a long list of other major outlets who have been banned from Trump's campaign, including the Washington Post, Buzzfeed, Politico, and Univision.
The New York Times has been a staple of the newsday since 1851, which would make them by far the highest profile outlet to be removed from Trump's campaign. Some have criticized the Times in recent years for a liberal bias, but it has remained popular relative to other newspapers in recent years.