Internet reacts to Trump's comments during news presser

By Caitlyn Jones, Reporter
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 11, 2017, 2:58 PM EST

All eyes were on President elect Donald Trump as he held his first press conference in about 6 months, and the first since being elected.

It quickly became a top trend online as the world listened in on what the president elect would say facing a room full of reporters.

Buzzfeed became another top trend.

Trump criticized news outlets that released the unconfirmed document associated with the claim of Russia trying to compromise Trump.

"I have no deals or loans with Russia, and no current pending deals with Russia," Trump said.  

He specifically called Buzzfeed news a "Failing pile of garbage."

Trump said those claims are all just fake news.

“It’s all fake news, it’s phony stuff. It didn’t happen. And it was gotten by opponents of ours, as you know, because you reported it and so did many of the other people. It was a group of opponents who got together, sick people and they put that crap together.”

Trump also tweeted earlier in the day saying, "Intelligence agencies should never have allowed this fake news to "leak" into the public. One last shot at me. Are we living in Nazi Germany?"

US Treasury is also topping the online trends.

Trump had his lawyer explain how Trump will completely separate himself from his company having his two sons run the business.

He also said he was going to donate all foreign profits from his hotel to the United States Treasury.

Another moment that got a lot of people talking was when Trump was asked yet again about releasing his tax returns. Trump said only reporters cared about his tax returns.

Congressman Ron Wyden from Oregon asked people to retweet if they care about his tax returns, and thousands retweeted.

Obamacare was another big topic. Though Trump didn't detail the plan for replacing the Affordable Care Act, he did say we "would be very proud."

He also stated that, "Obamacare is the Democrats problem." 

The news conference ended with Trump discussing the hacking problems in our country, saying that Russia and other countries "will have greater respect for the U.S. when I'm running."