FILE - In this Sept. 3, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
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Donald Trump stepped up his assault on the U.S. media Tuesday, branding the political press "dishonest," calling one journalist "a sleaze" and promising more such attacks if elected U.S. president.The former reality TV star, prolific on Twitter with two million more followers than Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, has dominated coverage of the 2016 presidential cycle like no other by calling personally into television shows and frequently holding court at press conferences broadcast live nationwide. Trump attacked the media for appearing intent on finding fault rather than gushing over his apparent generosity, and said he expected additional donations to tip the figure over $6 million.Al Baldasaro, a retired Marine and Republican in New Hampshire's state house of representatives, leapt to Trump's defense dressed in a Trump campaign hat.In March, The New York Times reported that Trump had earned close to $2 billion worth of media attention in the form of news and commentary about his campaign, nearly three times that of Clinton.
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