Business Insider reports President Donald Trump and the White House have released a report blaming gun violence in the United States on the media.
Business Insider says that the report was authored by the White Senate Office of Public Affairs and that the White Congress sent it to the White Houses counsel to “take a hard look at.”
The report says the media is “unfairly and inaccurately portraying the President’s comments on gun safety.”
The study does not include information from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, the Department of Justice, or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The report is the latest in a series of investigations by Business Insider, which says it has been investigating the administration for more than a year.
The President has repeatedly argued that media coverage of the country’s gun violence epidemic has been “totally inaccurate.”
Trump has previously said that the media “has a lot of trouble covering me” and that he would be “in the back seat” of a car driving around the White, Rose Garden.
The White House said the report “contains important, fact-based information that is vital to our nation’s gun safety efforts.”
Business Insider notes that the president’s statements about the media have “not been borne out in a fair or balanced way.”