President Donald Trump confirmed in a news conference Thursday that leaked information about his administration is "real," but he said much of the coverage of the leaks is "fake news."

Asked about former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who resigned Monday, Trump said he was not happy with the information Flynn gave to Vice President Mike Pence, although Flynn speaking to the Russian ambassador was "not wrong."

He said what was wrong, however, was the way people in the media were given classified information.

"It's an illegal process and the press should be ashamed of themselves," Trump said.

Fox News' John Roberts asked the president how he will investigate the leaks.

Trump said he wants to get his team together and that he has already spoken to the DOJ about the "criminal leaks."

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