President Trump shared a video of a local TV reporter being confronted by anti-shutdown protesters in Long Island who called him "fake news" and "the enemy of the people," prompting journalists to come to the reporter's defens
President Donald Trump shared a tweet of a local television reporter being confronted by anti-shutdown protesters in Long Island, New York, who called him "fake news."
A local news reporter was chased by angry anti-lockdown protesters in Long Island, New York, and it was caught on video.
Kevin Vesey of News 12 Long Island was covering the protest when he says some protesters began berating him. He posted a video of the report and the altercation on his social media account:
"I'll probably never forget what happened today," Vesey tweeted.
"I was insulted. I was berated. I was practically chased by people who refused to wear masks in the middle...