Fake news.

Author:Lueders, Bill

The Trump Administration has taken to using the term "fake news" to describe factually accurate reporting that it does not like, while the President and his team churn out actual lies dressed up as facts. Here are some examples from Trump's first month in office:

Fake News Bulletin The Truth White House Press More people attended Secretary Sean Spicer, Bill Clinton's first talking to reporters on Inauguration in 1993 and January 21, backed up Barack Obama's Trumps delusional claims Inaugurations in 2009 about his Inauguration and 2013, and maybe crowd size, saying "This others. Asked about this was the largest audience falsehood, Trump aide to ever witness an Kellyanne Conway said Inauguration--period--both Spicer was providing in person and around the "alternative facts." globe." Trump, in a January 25 The staffers had no interview with ABC, choice but to give Trump claimed he had received, standing ovations. They during a speech to CIA were never invited to employees, "the biggest sit down. standing ovation since Peyton Manning had won the Super Bowl." During a February 9 There is no evidence of meeting with U.S. significant voter fraud Senators, Trump claimed in New Hampshire or he would have won New anywhere else. Hampshire last fall were it not for "thousands" of people "brought in on buses" from Massachusetts to vote "illegally." His policy director, Stephen Miller, reiterated this claim a few days later, saying, "Everybody's aware of the problem in New Hampshire." Speaking to military There is no evidence for commanders on February Trump's claim, and his 6, the administration's list of Commander-in-Chief seventy-eight asserted that terrorist undercovered...

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