Cameron Harris works in his home office in Annapolis, Md., on Monday. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with 6 million people.
Cameron Harris works in his home office in Annapolis, Md., on Monday. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with 6 million people. GABRIELLA DEMCZUK NYT
Cameron Harris works in his home office in Annapolis, Md., on Monday. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with 6 million people. GABRIELLA DEMCZUK NYT

Barry Saunders

January 22, 2017 1:10 PM

Fake stories may be juicy, but they’re not news – Saunders

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