When the media portrayed his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel as unfriendly, President Trump called it more “fake news.”
Another recent example of fake news? The media’s claim that Donald Trump’s budget proposal eliminates Meals on Wheels. The story misleads people into thinking that Meals on Wheels, which provides food for elderly and house-bound persons, is a government program. In truth, only 3 percent of funding for Meals on Wheels comes from the government. You’d never know it from hysterical news stories claiming that the Trump Administration seeks to starve old people.
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