President Trump leaves the stage to greet the guests after speaking at a reception in Chanukah on Thursday, December 6, 2018, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (Photo AP / Jacquelyn Martin) Photographer Joshua McKerrow traveled to the Maryland Governor's Mansion on Thursday, where he traveled for years to cover holiday decorations with Capital Gazette reporter Wendi Winters. . But this year, Winters was absent – one of five killed mass shot in the press room of the Annapolis newspaper in June. So, McKerrow was already touched by the latest clash of President Trump against reporters. "FAKE NEWS – THE PEOPLE'S ENEMY!", Trump said Thursday night, amid a series of outbreaks over the investigation of special advocate Robert S. Mueller III on the interference of Russia in the 2016 campaign. McKerrow responded eloquently by mentioning both the Winters memorial and the rebuttal of the President's attacks on journalists at a time when global violence against journalists is taking place. 39; intensifies. "Wendi was not her enemy", McKerrow wrote in a retweeted series more than 12,000 times Friday morning. Trump's "enemy of the people" phrase to attack journalists has particularly worried historians, who point out that Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong all regularly used the term to attack their national enemies – especially scholars. and truthful reporters. This did not prevent the president from regularly misleading his speech on the election campaign to the applause of the supporters and growing concerns of journalists covering his demonstrations. It's unclear what triggered his latest explosion in a standalone tweet last night. But Trump's tweet was published shortly after the bombing call that led to the evacuation of the entire CNN newsroom – another striking reminder of the animation against journalists. Moved by his memories of Winters, McKerrow linked Trump's tweet and began writing. 1. Today, I wrote the annual story about holiday decorations at the governor's residence. I have been doing it every year for years. A very light story but very funny. Every year my line partner was Wendi Winters. This year it was Selene. Wendi was murdered in June. https://t.co/hDlixzieht- Joshua McKerrow (@joshuamckerrow) December 7, 2018 As he photographed the decorations of the governor's mansion, McKerrow wrote, "All I could think of was Wendi. I had the impression that she was with me, that she was really present. McKerrow reiterated how much she liked to ask everyone, "How many cookies are you preparing for this year?" And said that he had started crying after a guard had dismissed him to say, "Wendi really miss me." Next year, I will name a cookie for her. On June 28, Winters died in the Capital Gazette's press room when an armed man identified by police as Jarrod Ramos broke into a gun and started firing. Gerald Fischman, 61, and Rob Hiaasen, 59, columnists and editors, John McNamara, 56, sports journalist, and Rebecca Smith, 34, sales assistant. Ramos, charged with five murders for murder in this case, had a longstanding legal dispute with the paper, but it is still unclear why he would have decided to attack violently that day. "She died in The Capital's press room on June 28, shot by a man who wanted to kill all possible journalists," McKerrow wrote. "We do not know yet what made him go out. After years of silence. Which finally pushed him far enough for him to load his shotgun, drove 40 minutes to Laurel, parked his car, crossed the busy hall, barricaded our rear exit and blew up the fragile glass door. McKerrow suggested that continuing to work The journalist facing hostility is the best memorial for his deceased colleagues. "I have no summary of this story." I cried from time to time. All day long, I really miss her a lot, I'm reassured to see that she's always with me when I do the work she loved to do … Journalism Patriotic, revealing, American, we'll keep doing the job. " He said, "And if we die for it, someone else will pick up the threads and bring the holiday decorations back to the governor, that's what we do." Read more about Morning Mix: Heather Nauert named D-Day as the top of US-German relations She is now heading to the United Nations An Arizona school district has banned a campus state representative after having stated that African Americans "do not did not mix .