The entertainment industry is watching how the Trump Administration is turning entertainment into a political weapon against the President.
The entertainment industry says that the Trump White House is turning television into a tool of war against the people and that the President has shown a willingness to attack the industry.
According to industry experts, the President and his administration have shown a disdain for the television industry.
They say the Trump’s approach to the entertainment industry has been an attack on the industry, and that he will go after them hard.
A former television producer, John Gage, says the White House has targeted the industry by targeting TV stations and studios that do not pay taxes and that has led to a drop in the number of TV programs in the U.S. and a sharp drop in ratings.
Gage says that because of the drop in programs, the TV shows on television are being canceled or delayed, leading to a decrease in the ratings of the programs.
“I think the President is trying to go after the entertainment and he’s going to have a major impact on the ratings,” Gage said.
This is just the beginning.
We need more, Gage says.
I think the entertainment is going to be very disappointed with the Trump agenda and we’re going to see a lot more of this.
Trump has been known to target the entertainment sector in the past, including the cancellation of a show in his first year in office.
The president has gone after TV stations that don’t pay taxes, including one that was airing the “Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
In a letter to CBS CEO Leslie Moonves, Trump said, “I am going to continue to attack and harass the networks and the cable news networks that don´t live up to their promises and the promises of their advertisers and their viewers.”
“The entertainment industries are suffering under a government that is completely out of touch with the people,” Gages said.
“The entertainment sector is the biggest economic engine in the country, it is the fastest growing industry in America, and we need a President who understands that.”
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Gages former production manager at ABC’s The Voice, Robert J. Hall, told THR that Trump has targeted both the entertainment business and the media.
“He’s made it clear that he does not like the entertainment community,” Hall said.
The Entertainment Industry is the Most Powerful in America”We’re a small industry,” Hall told THR.
“But we’re the biggest.
We’re the most powerful.
We have the biggest budgets in the world.
And the President’s just going to do whatever he can to destroy the entertainment industries.
[Trump] is trying every single way to destroy us,” Gager said.