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    • Trump was living in the fake news capital, Babylon the Great(New York City) all of his life and I cannot recall him ever complaining
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      • muttle
        I guess you never listened to his weekly interviews then, he said it plenty. Because you are not aware of something, does not mean it didn't happen. You may want to do a little research before you loft a comment online that renders your opinion meaningless.
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    • Why would Russians , with the largest supply of nukes and uranium need to buy uranium from the US? Siberia and Kazakhstan produce more uranium than the US
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      • Nice try!!! We know this would happen when the Heat gets hotter . Trump is like a book, when he's accused or in trouble he blames Obama.
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        • fake news, nothing burger, distraction burger, nothing more
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          • The West simply surrenders its civilization to Putin.
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            • romanoffnatasha69
              Putin has feet of clay.
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            • romanoffnatasha69
              The only people in the West trying to surrender to Putin are Donald Trump and the Trumpians. Everybody else knows better, but Trump sure loves and so greatly admires Uncle Vladimir!
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            • Fake article...no one but fox, ratings are down.
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          • The media has entered into an Alice-in-Wonderland world of paradox. ‘Fake news’ labeling non-fake news as fake. Non-fake news deeming ‘fake news’ as non-fake. While there appears a popular consensus about what news is fake, it’s prevalence and impact remain unclear and highly speculative. There is an incentive for some politicians and media outlets to exaggerate the influence of ‘fake news’ and just who is behind it. There’s also an incentive for mega companies, like Google and Facebook, to leverage ‘fake new hysteria,’ allowing them to politically position themselves to further control information on the internet.         The feigned concern over 'fake news' is disturbing. As if consumers could not, on their own, through reasoned thought, determine the validity and credibility of news sources. The media and major tech companies do not seem to think so. If there was a genuine concern about fake news, rooting it out would require bona fide news outlets to better structure their arguments; make them more linear. Employ headlines, which accurately depict a story –not grab a reader’s attention. Include more stories that admit uncertainty and force writers and contributors to admit ‘I don’t know.’ Perhaps even establish a numerical system to evaluate the validity of the information that their article relies on. Of course, this will never happen. The truth is the media and their advertisers rely on these same heuristic biases to leverage their own narrative and commercial product
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            • ZeroGrey
              There was no Fake News until Trump? I didn't hear Obama or reagan blame the media as fake.
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          • Fake News: Any news Trump doesn’t like. Real News: Any news that makes HIM look good.
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            • ManofthePeople17
              Looks like real news to me
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