Donald Trump's battle with the media continued Saturday as the Republican presidential nominee threatened to revoke the press credentials of the New York Times. Trump assailed the newspaper for what he alleged was dishonest reporting in a newly published story that cited both named and unnamed sources in showing him shunning the advice of top aides. "Maybe we will start thinking about taking their press credentials away from them," Trump said. “Maybe we’ll do it. I think so. I think so.” Trump has sought retaliation for other critical coverage by revoking credentials. Reporters from the Washington Post, Politico, BuzzFeed and elsewhere have been denied entry into his events. The latest story portrayed Trump as poorly executing such campaign basics as fundraising and staying on message. Even the location of his Saturday rally, Connecticut, had veteran political operatives questioning his strategy as he trails Hillary Clinton in several swing states. Connecticut hasn't voted for a Republican since 1988, when it selected George H.W. Bush for president. "Trump foolishly campaigning in Connecticut less than 100 days before the election is what Democratic dreams are made of," tweeted Dan Pfeiffer, a former aide to President Obama. Yet Trump, even noting the uphill climb a Republican faces in the state, seemed undeterred. "We’re making a big move for the state of Connecticut, just so you know," he told supporters. "Normally that wouldn't happen because a Republican, in theory, doesn't win Connecticut."