The "Fake News Awards", as Trump calls it, are going to "the most corrupt & biased of the Mainstream Media".
The US President also indicated what kind of award categories the public can expect to see.
On January 2, the USA president tweeted to say he would be announcing "the most dishonest and corrupt media awards of the year".
Stephen Colbert also got in on the act, purchasing a billboard in Times Square to make sure he would not get snubbed. "Because nothing gives you more credibility than Donald Trump calling you a liar". It's more like that wrestling video in which Trump body-slams a guy with a CNN head-something that will excite his base, which already distrusts the press and loves the president's media-bashing. Speaking on the Late Show on Wednesday, he said: "You know folks, its awards season".
Suspicious package to Mnuchin turns out to be manure
The report of the suspicious package prompted lengthy street closures and a sizable response by local and federal authorities. Louise Linton and Steve Mnuchin pose at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on November 15, 2017.
At the bottom of the ad it reads: "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah is so fake even this ad isn't real".
Well, Trump has now announced a schedule change.
"Daily Show" host Trevor Noah followed suit by posting a "for your consideration" ad on Twitter that included multiple quotes about him from conservative media outlets, including "Political propaganda disguised as entertainment", "Trevor Noah is an anti-Trump hack", and "Monotonous... liberal dogma".
Senator Ekweremadu congratulates George Weah, Liberians
She led the country from back-to-back civil wars and saw it through a deadly Ebola outbreak that killed almost 5,000 Liberians. With over 98% of votes counted, Weah won 61.5% of the ballots while his rival, Veep Joseph Boakai, only 38.5%.
Iran: Protest over soaring cost of living
Various chants appeared to target both Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, without naming him, and President Hassan Rohani. However, he noted that a call for "No to high prices" protests had been circulated on the messaging app Telegram.
Uber sells stake to Softbank for 30% discount
The group will buy most of the shares from early investors in a deal that values Uber at about $48bn (£35.7bn). The deal nevertheless sharply discounts Uber's value, which a year ago was estimated at nearly $70 billion.
Liberians Voting in Presidential Runoff Election
The victor will replace Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first female president, who is stepping down after two terms in office. The first-round of voting in October brought high numbers of voters, and officials hoped Tuesday's vote will be no different.