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WaPo invents a FakeNews story (that Trump leaked info to the Russians, which was debunked), then they are heard cheering about it breaking a Hollywood Access record for most readers per minute. We don't know if they're cheering the Russians, their undermining of the truth, that their lie is so popular, or that they're now more FakeNews (Gossipy) than Hollywood access. None seems to reflect well on them.  
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WaPo invents a FakeNews story (that Trump leaked info to the Russians, which was debunked), then they are heard cheering about it breaking a Hollywood Access record for most readers per minute. We don't know if they're cheering the Russians, their undermining of the truth, that their lie is so popular that their gullible readers believe it, or that they're now more FakeNews (Gossipy) than Hollywood access. None seems to reflect well on them.  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:41, 27 January 2019

WaPo invents a FakeNews story (that Trump leaked info to the Russians, which was debunked), then they are heard cheering about it breaking a Hollywood Access record for most readers per minute. We don't know if they're cheering the Russians, their undermining of the truth, that their lie is so popular that their gullible readers believe it, or that they're now more FakeNews (Gossipy) than Hollywood access. None seems to reflect well on them.


Here's a quote from the ranking National Security Advisor on the scene: H.R. McMaster:

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