USA Today’s decision to publish the substantially erroneous op-ed written by President Trump has provoked rightful criticism by others in the news media amid the Trump administration’s ongoing war against truth and the free press.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s possible departure from the Department of Justice this Monday exposed fault lines in the media’s ability to accurately communicate a high volume of conflicting reports.
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court has been thrown into doubt amid a multitude of suspicious cover-ups and false narratives being peddled on Twitter.
Last Wednesday, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told a private audience that he could beat President Trump in the 2020 presidential election and that he is just as “tough” and “smarter” than Trump. The comments spread like wildfire on Twitter and were instantly circulated
CNN’s misleading statements about its reliance on anonymous sources have undermined the common journalistic practice, giving those who decry “fake news” ammunition to further their war on the truth
Opponents of Trump’s child separation policy have been using Twitter to mobilize and respond to calls for assistance.