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President Trump reportedly gets two folders of mood-boosting positive news coverage delivered to him a day, White House officials with knowledge of the documents told Vice News. Allegedly referred to by some insiders as "the Propaganda Document," Vice writes that the folders contain "screenshots of positive cable news chyrons (those lower-third headlines and crawls), admiring tweets, transcripts of fawning TV interviews, praise-filled news stories, and sometimes just pictures of Trump on TV looking powerful." One of the folders is delivered in mid-morning, the other in the afternoon, and they run a reported 20- to 25-pages long.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer disputed Vice News' report, calling it "not accurate on several levels."
"Maybe it's good for the country that the president is in a good mood in the morning," one former RNC official said of Trump's folders.