The white house declassified data on 78 attacks, which were ignored by the media

The White house released a list of the 78 terrorist acts, previously poorly covered in the Western press. The list was published in Twitter by the producer of the CNN from the pool of the White house Kevin Lipták. Later, an extended list of attacks was spread by some Western media.


It is noted that this publication took place after the U.S. President Donald trump. In his opinion, the level of terrorist risk, including those associated with banned terrorist group ISIL, is not sufficiently covered in the press, creating a sense of “suppressing” threats.


In the published list of nearly eight dozen attacks, most of which do not widely spread in the media. With the Russian Federation in the list are linked to the two terrorist attacks, responsibility for which was assumed by ISIS. One of them is the crash of a Russian passenger airliner over the Sinai Peninsula, which killed 224 people.


Earlier it became known that the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer has promised to publish the list after reporters asked him to assess the statement of the President of the United States. Donald trump, during his speech to U.S. military personnel in Florida, said that “in many cases, dishonest press doesn’t want to tell” about the terrorist attacks.

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