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  • Fact Check: Trump Makes Familiar False Claims at News Conference - NBC4 Washington

    Fact Check: Trump Makes Familiar False Claims at News Conference - NBC4 Washington;

    NBC journalist Peter Alexander fact checked President Donald Trump during a Thursday press conference on a false statement Trump made just moments before. Trump claimed to have won the biggest electoral college victory in the history of presidential ...and more »

  • Trump administration emails survey attacking media - 9NEWS.com

    Trump administration emails survey attacking media - 9NEWS.com;

    WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - President Trump has a new survey for his supporters—not about jobs, immigration, or what executive order he should address next, but instead all 30 questions have do with the media… and Hillary Clinton… and Bernie Sanders.and more »

  • Fact-checking President Trump's news conference - Washington Post

    “I don't think there's ever been a president elected who in this short period of time has done what we've done.” — President Trump, news conference, Feb. 16, 2016. We can't quite fact check the statement above — it's certainly open to debate what ...and more »

  • Trump's News Conference, Russia, Facebook: Your Evening Briefing - New York Times

    Trump's News Conference, Russia, Facebook: Your Evening Briefing - New York Times;

    President Trump responded to questions about his administration's dealings with Russia in a news conference on Thursday. By THE NEW YORK TIMES on Publish Date February 16, 2017. Photo by Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. Watch in Times ...and more »

  • The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Trump and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Fake News - The Atlantic

    The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Trump and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Fake News - The Atlantic;

    In a wide-ranging—and at times, unwieldy—press conference, Trump defended his tumultuous first weeks in the White House, saying his administration is operating like a “fine-tuned machine”; railed against the media and its reporting on alleged contact ...and more »

  • Leaks Renew Scrutiny Of New York Times' Pre-Election Story Finding No Trump-Russia Ties - Huffington Post

    Leaks Renew Scrutiny Of New York Times' Pre-Election Story Finding No Trump-Russia Ties - Huffington Post;

    “Our focus, now as it was last fall, is on getting out the full story about the Russia issue,” says Managing Editor Joseph Kahn. By Michael Calderone. Reuters. NEW YORK ― Nine days before the 2016 election, The New York Times reported that the FBI had ...and more »

  • Tyler's Bit: Determining credibility in Trump's America - The Post

    It's no secret that President Trump has an extremely rocky relationship with the media. To a degree, I understand why he has his issues with certain publications. Some are blatantly anti-Trump. Donald Trump could cure cancer and save 100 children from ...and more »

  • No, Hillary Clinton Did Not 'Give' Russia Uranium - Jalopnik

    No, Hillary Clinton Did Not 'Give' Russia Uranium - Jalopnik;

    A truck carries containers with low-enriched uranium to be used as fuel for nuclear reactors, on a port in St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013. A 20-year program to convert highly enriched uranium from dismantled Russian nuclear weapons ...and more »

  • Congress Should Investigate Allegations of Trump–Russia Ties - National Review

    Congress Should Investigate Allegations of Trump–Russia Ties - National Review;

    According to the New York Times, “Phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Donald J. Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the ...and more »

  • Trump mentioned Clinton over and over at his news conference. Did he forget he won? - Mic

    Trump mentioned Clinton over and over at his news conference. Did he forget he won? - Mic;

    President Donald Trump's impromptu Thursday news conference at the White House was supposed to be about his new nominee to head up the Department of Labor. But instead of focusing on labor nominee Alexander Acosta, Trump was hellbent on ...and more »