"You do realize that when you attack the source rather than the actual content, you have lost the argument."
Isn't this Trumps primary means of defense by attacking all of the media that report anything negative against him, and then calling it fake news, especially when the news is true.
What exactly is Trump trying to do by alienating his own intelligence agencies? If the FBI and CIA don't trust him with their data, where does that leave the US. Government to make decisions? Does this not worry you all? Does it make you feel more or less safe?
With the press, obviously he wants only positive spin on what he is doing and is punishing or attacking the media that is not favorable to him (left leaning media). This doesn't disturb the Trump supporters either? Maybe if the US is attacked by an external entity, this will give him plausible deniability so he can blame the intelligence agencies for withholding information? Clearly it won't be his own fault at all.
I don't take any source as gospel without doing my own research on the issue. Much of what I see and judge in Trump is from what he himself says and does. The media only has to replay what he does for you to have a negative image of him. I'm just shocked that so many supporters from all backgrounds, completely dismiss that and say like you do "wait and see what he does".