The article said it was a "demonstration" of the Trump administration's use of their new authorities.
Trump was complaining about a Times story on the USA government's escalating attacks on Russia's power grid-which included a tidbit revealing that officials were anxious Trump would put a stop to such attacks.
In a tweet blast Saturday night, the president called the news outlet "desperate for a story, any story". Because shortly thereafter, he published a second Tweet against "our corrupt media today". They will do, or say, whatever it takes, with not even the slightest thought of consequences!
"This comes after President Trump alluded to a reelection win in the 2020 presidential race, saying 'the good news is that at the end of six years after America has been made great again and I leave the attractive White House, both of these awful papers will quickly go out of business and be forever gone" he said on Twitter Sunday. "These are true cowards and without doubt, THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!" he concluded.
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The administration declined to describe specific actions it was taking under the new authorities, which were granted separately by the White House and Congress past year to United States Cyber Command, the arm of the Pentagon that runs the military's offensive and defensive operations in the online world.
The Pentagon and intelligence officials are keeping some Russian operations from President Donald Trump over fears he would spill security secrets or oppose them, according to anonymous sources cited by the New York Times. It also mentioned that according to current law, it appears the officials don't have to brief the sitting president at all.
It follows a report by the New York Times. The decision to put "implants" into the Russian electric grid was snuck into a part of this bill and allows for specific actions to be taken by the defense secretary without prior approval from Trump, NYT reported. The codes, the newspaper said, can be utilized for surveillance or an attack.
"The American strategy has shifted more toward offense, officials say, with the placement of potentially crippling malware inside the Russian system at a depth and with an aggressiveness that had never been tried before".
In February, the publisher of the Times, Mr A.G. Sulzberger, said that Mr Trump's attacks on the press were reckless and risky and threatened to encourage violence against journalists. "They are both a disgrace to our Country, the Enemy of the People, but I just can't seem to figure out which is worse?"