Yes and no. Let’s look at the cases of CNN, the New York Times and the Denver Post.
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.” – Warren Buffett
President Donald is big on labeling things “fake news.” While his definition of the term amounts to “reporting that disagrees with me or calls me out on my many lies,” the truth is that, for reasons Donald wouldn’t be able to grasp, America actually does have a serious news credibility issue. “Fake news” isn’t new, and it does represent a toxic blight at the core of our republic.
I, for one, am hellishly unforgiving when news agencies lie to me, and it happens more than it should. Continue reading Is Trump right about "fake news"?