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Fake News explained
Thu Mar 8, 2018 4:34pm

CNN puts out the following headline: "Trump 'reportedly' upset with Sanders over Stormy Daniels response".

"Reportedly" ... not "Verifiedly".

The statement doesn't have to be true. It is usually a schadenfreudian inspired evil wish for someone else's pain.

The article then goes on to say: "President Donald Trump is upset with White House press secretary Sarah Sanders over her responses Wednesday regarding his alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels, a source close to the White House tells CNN."

No way to tell if this is true or not, or if there was a real source, or if that's what the source said.

There's no journalistic attempt to convey meaningful news ... it's just another slimy attempt to malign Trump and his staff.

Bottom line, fake news is malevolent opinion, not news, and it is 99% evil wishes, not actual outcomes.

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