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10 Times Trump Spread Fake News
10 Times Trump Spread Fake News
By SAPNA MAHESHWARI
UPDATED January 18, 2017
New York Times
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In the heated discussions over the effects of fake news on democracy and civil society, Donald J. Trump has often taken center stage.
He has used false claims to attack his political opponents, question the legitimacy and loyalty of the Obama administration and other Democrats, and undermine the news media, the federal government and other institutions that many of his supporters do not trust.
The practice has paralleled his rise from reality TV star to holder of the nations highest elected office, according to an analysis of his social media activity.
When discussing some of his claims, Mr. Trump has cited as evidence articles posted through Breitbart News, manipulated YouTube videos and celebrity gossip publications like The National Enquirer.
Mr. Trump has also tweeted links from right-wing blogs like WND.com and TheRightScoop.com that often promote sensational conspiracy theories and contain little original reporting.
His sourcing highlights the bounty of misinformation accessible on the web and its power in a deeply divided America especially when endorsed by someone of Mr. Trumps influence and visibility.
He offered this explanation for his actions while discussing an altered YouTube video he had tweeted as part of an unsubstantiated claim that a protester at one of his rallies had ties to the Islamic State: I dont know what they made up; all I can do is play whats there, Mr. Trump said on NBCs Meet the Press.
All I know is whats on the internet.
Below are examples from the last several years of Mr. Trumps penchant for making fraudulent claims and backing them up with information gleaned from unsubstantiated sources.
A List of Falsehoods by Trump Discussed in This Article:
The Affordable Care Act and Death Panels
President Obamas Holiday Message
Secret Oil Deal to Control Gas Prices
Linking Autism to Vaccinations
Questioning Unemployment Data
President Obama and the Boston Marathon Bombing
Ted Cruzs Father
Protester Was Member of ISIS
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