US President Donald Trump has launched a fresh assault on the US media, saying he has "forcefully condemned hatred and bigotry" but this goes unreported.
Speaking at a rally in Florida ahead of next week’s mid-term elections, he said a third of Americans believed that the media was "the enemy of the people".
He did not provide evidence for this.
Critics accuse him of fomenting violence by using extreme and divisive rhetoric against opponents, the media, immigrants and Muslims.
What did Trump say?
Addressing supporters in Estero, Mr Trump told them that the media "doesn’t want you to hear your story".
"We have forcefully condemned hatred, bigotry, racism and prejudice in all of its ugly forms," he said.
"But the media doesn’t want you to hear your story, it’s not my story, it’s your story.
"And that’s why thirty-three percent of the people in this country believe the fake news is in fact, and I hate to say this, in fact the enemy of the people."
He did not provide a source for this figure, but one poll from earlier this year showed that just under a third of people agreed with the idea that the media is the enemy of the people.