President Donald Trump gestures while speaking about the U.S. role in the Paris climate change accord, Thursday, June 1, 2017, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

The Associated Press says that Donald Trump isn’t a reliable source for accurate information when violent acts are unfolding abroad after the President’s Twitter firestorm over the weekend in response to the terrorist attacks in London.
“The latest deadly London attacks, like one in the Philippines last week, prompted visceral reactions from Trump instead of statements shaped by the findings of the U.S. intelligence and diplomatic apparatus,” the news service wrote in a fact-check of Mr Trump’s tweets. “He got ahead of the facts emerging in Britain’s chaos Saturday and got it wrong in the Philippines case, calling the episode there a ‘terrorist attack’ when it was not.”
The Associated Press (AP) fact-check is the latest example of the news media contradicting Mr Trump’s public claims, and is likely to add to the rift between the Fourth Estate and the White House. The AP is a widely respected news agency with reporters …