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  • Community Forum examines 'fake news'

    A video compiled by WTVD, shown at a Raleigh forum examining “Fake News – the search for credibility,” includes clips of President Donald Trump shouting “fake news” at the media and interviews with people on the street about how much confidence they have in their sources of information.

A video compiled by WTVD, shown at a Raleigh forum examining “Fake News – the search for credibility,” includes clips of President Donald Trump shouting “fake news” at the media and interviews with people on the street about how much confidence they have in their sources of information. WTVD/ABC11
A video compiled by WTVD, shown at a Raleigh forum examining “Fake News – the search for credibility,” includes clips of President Donald Trump shouting “fake news” at the media and interviews with people on the street about how much confidence they have in their sources of information. WTVD/ABC11

‘Fake news’ attacks are nothing new, but trust in media has fallen

September 01, 2017 10:07 AM