On April 29, Donald Trump will celebrated his 100th day as the President of the United States of America. The last three months have been an eventful in the global political landscape, with contentious executive orders, protests and fevered bipartisan debate rise all across the U.S. One of the more curious aspects of Trump’s presidency so far, however, has been the proliferation of “fake news.”
Throughout his first term in the Oval Office, Donald Trump has launched a war against what he has personally dubbed “fake news. In his quest to discredit false new stories Trump has attacked the likes of CNN and the New York Times in the past. But a new study by the Press Association has aimed to find out exactly how many of Donald Trump’s own tweets were inspired by fake news themselves. With so many news stories based on either disputed or outright false information, what this study found was rather fascinating.