Trump’s Fake News Awards and Where To Read GOOD News

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President Trump announced his ‘fake news awards’ on his Twitter page and the site went down as it was not loading for many users.

Keep on reading to know more.

Highly-Anticipated 2017 Fake News Awards

Donald Trump twitted a link to a website with a list of most anticipated media sources, so-called “fake news winners” on Wednesday night. That a pity but the website, hosted by the Republican National Committee, went offline almost immediately and displayed several different errors.

Several news organizations, including National Public Radio, The New York Times, BuzzFeed, and Fox News, were listed in the poll.

The Republican National Committee seemed to acknowledge its own role in the stunt, saying in a tweet: “Tonight, [the GOP] saw more traffic than ever before. Even though the servers were scaled up, the interest was even greater than anticipated. Traffic is off the charts. Come back soon,” the tweet read.

Here is the full list of “fake news winners” according to Donald Trump:

  • CNN
  • The New York Times
  • The Washington Post
  • ABC News
  • Newsweek
  • Magazine

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