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  • Mueller Report Repeats Fake News About Russia's 'Preference for Trump'

    NEW YORK -- Oops. A statement inside Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller’s final report gets its facts wrong when attempting to document the straightforward findings of the U.S. intelligence community regarding Russia efforts to allegedly aid President Trump’s election chances in 2016.

    Breitbart
  • Trump claps back at ‘fake news media’ over Putin call

    President Trump defended his hourlong phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin after criticism over the content of his conversation.

    Washington Examiner
  • Trump dismisses report on 120K-troop Iran plan: ‘Fake news’

    President Trump attacked as "fake news" a report Tuesday saying the Defense Department revised plans for sending up to 120,000 troops to the Middle East, should Iran attack American forces or speed up its work on nuclear weapons. The New York Times report said acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan presented

    The Washington Times
  • Trump Calls NYT Report on 120,000 Troops to Mideast ‘Fake News’

    President Trump on Tuesday described as “fake news” a New York Times report saying acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan had presented his national security team with a plan that “envisions sending as many as 120,000 troops to the Middle East should Iran attack American forces or accelerate work on nuclear weapons.”

    CNS News
  • Trump: NYT Report That He’s Sending Troops to Middle East ‘Fake News’

    President Donald Trump is disputing a New York Times report that said the president is planning to send 120,000 U.S. troops to the Middle East in response to Iran. Read Full Story

    CNS News
  • Trump: NYT Report That He’s Sending Troops to Middle East ‘Fake News’

    President Donald Trump is disputing a New York Times report that said the president is planning to send 120,000 U.S. troops to the Middle East in response to Iran.

    CNS News
  • Trump Slams "Fake News" NY Times 120K Troops To Iran Report

    Trump has denied a prior bombshell New York Times report which alleged the White House was planning to send up to 120,000 troops to the Middle East should conflict erupt between Iran and the United States. The president called the report "fake news" but still added that should war actually break out he would send “a hell of a lot more,” according to Reuters.  “I think it’s fake news, OK?” Trump said of the Times report published late Monday. “Now would I do that? Absolutely. But I have not...

    Zero Hedge