Trump’s 'cosmetic surgery' twitter rant attracts critics

Many from within US President Donald Trump’s own party are now criticising him after he attacked a television news anchor on social media by referring to her apparent cosmetic surgery. The White House insists the Twitter tirade was justified.

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    Many from within US President Donald Trump’s own party are now criticising him after he attacked a television news anchor on social media by referring to her apparent cosmetic surgery.

    The White House insists the Twitter tirade was justified.

    But critics say it’s yet another example of Trump's contentious history with women.

    Al Jazeera’s Diane Eastabrook reports from Washington, DC.


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