Category Archives: Fake news

Republicans incriminate Trump, decimate his ‘Russia hoax’ narrative

Marik von Rennenkampff in The Hill – In 2018, Steve Bannon accused Donald Trump’s top campaign officials of “treasonous” and “unpatriotic” conduct, according to author Michael Wolff. Bannon, like a long list of former Trump associates, is now in a world of legal trouble. But … Continue reading

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3 patterns of dishonesty to look out for in Trump’s remarks

These trademark patterns of President Trump’s misleading statements were on display as the United States responded to the coronavirus pandemic. Continue…

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Watching the Probable Demise of Trump in Real Time

Jonathan Chait in Political Wire – President Trump’s political career has consisted of a series of self-generated crises that he has improbably survived, from insinuating that John McCain was a coward for having been captured during the war that Trump … Continue reading

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From fake news to enemy of the people: An anatomy of Trump’s tweets

By Stephanie Sugars of the Committee to Protect Journalists – Since announcing his candidacy in the 2016 presidential elections to the end of his second year in office, U.S. President Donald Trump has sent 1,339 tweets about the media that … Continue reading

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When To Trust A Story That Uses Unnamed Sources

By Perry Bacon Jr. of FiveThirtyEight – The various investigations into the Trump administration and its alleged ties to Russia are hard to follow. The allegations are sometimes muddled, the probes are still ongoing, and all sides in the dispute … Continue reading

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