Donald Trump has never posted fake news online … or maybe he has
General election is a very important topic when affecting a country. Journalists have their say, users share their opinions online, but also celebrities decide to stand alongside their favorite candidate.
If you think a politician should be always trustworthy, reliable and most of all … loyal, well, you’re definitely not talking about Donald Trump.
Trump has always been very famous and active on social networks for his untruthful facts, exaggerations and incredible falsehoods.
Follow us on this round up of the most fake news the most hated men on the planet had happened to create for him to become the current President of the United States.
- The New York Times’ publisher and executive editor sent a letter to the paper’s subscribers promising to “rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of Times ” But the letter did not apologize to its readers, nor did it suggest its coverage of Trump was bad.
2. “The last [campaign rally] ended at 1 o’clock in the morning in Michigan. And we had 31,000 people, 17,000 or 18,000 inside and the rest outside.”
Police told Breitbart News that they estimated 6,000 people attended Trump’s final campaign rally at the DeVos center in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
3. “We ended up close to 15 points [of the African American vote, as you know.” (November 20 during an interview with the New York Times)
Donald Trump received approximately 8 percent of the black vote, according to polling data. Clinton won approximately 88 percent of the black vote.
Trump’s tweet is part of his argument that Russia’s role in election hacking remains unknown, but it’s inaccurate on two counts.
First, CrowdStrike, the cybersecurity firm that initially connected the Democratic National Committee hack to the Russian government, did catch the hackers in the act.
Dear Donald Trump, let’s fight spreading fake news together. What do you think?