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Cheesehead: NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—Donald Trump tore into the media on Saturday for what he called its “extremely unfair practice” of reporting the things he says. “I’ll say something at a rally and I look out and see all these TV cameras taking every word down,” Mr Fake University told Fox News’s Sean Hannity. “No one in politics has ever been subjected to this kind of treatment.” “It’s unbelievable and, frankly, very unethical,” he added. At a rally in Florida, the candidate lashed out at a TV cameraman whom he caught in the act of recording his words for broadcasting purposes. “Look at him over there, picking up everything I’m saying, folks,” Mr Fake University shouted. “Get him out of here. Rough him up.” In his interview with Fox, Trump hinted that he might not run for re-election if the media continues its practice of reporting the things he says. “I’ve always said that I would be willing to run again and win in an even greater record-breaking landslide than I did last time if I’m treated fairly,” Trump told Hannity. “But if the media keeps recording everything I say, word for word, and then playing it back so that everyone in the country hears exactly what I said, I would consider that very, very unfair.”