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US president Donald Trump claimed that it is "disgusting" that American NBC and some media outlets are able to write "false news" by producing what y want. U.S. President Trump, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in White House, press members answered questions about agenda. "At a meeting at Pentagon, United States should have 10 times more nuclear weapons than today," President Trump said in a report on American NBC channel that allegations did not reflect truth. "I never discussed increase in number of nuclear weapons, as stated in NBC's lie story. We just talked about (se guns) should be in best condition. We have a lot of nuclear weapons right now, and I want m to be in good shape, that's all we've been discussing. Honestly, it's disgusting that media can write anything you want, "he said. Voicing no need to increase number of nuclear weapons in United States, Trump stressed that US defence Secretary James Mattis has refuted NBC's assertion with clear words. Denial of PENTAGON US Defence Minister James Mattis also criticised media outlets, which revealed claim by making a written statement on issue. "The president's recent news on request to increase U.S. nuclear weapons capacity is completely unfounded. It is irresponsible to make such news "in assessment. At a meeting in Pentagon in July, NBC Channel claimed that US president Trump "said country should increase number of nuclear weapons by 10 times," Trump also made a statement from his Twitter account, denying alleged claim, NBC channel He implied his license could be questioned. North Korean dispute with Tillerson Trump also explained in his remarks in White House about tension in North Korea. Trump, who criticised US secretary of State Rex Tillerson without naming, has expressed "some disagreements in North Korea". Trump, "We have very good relations with him, but re is a slight difference in approach to North Korea," he said. The North Korean "dispute" between President Trump and Tillerson has previously been reflected in media, while Tillerson's Chinese visit to Trump said, "You're wasting your time on North Korea."