Some say the Wall Street Journal is a right-leaning publication, but that doesn’t mean that its reporters don’t have Russia on the brain. The paper on Thursday noted a correction to an article in which the president of Russia was referred to as “Vladimir Trump.”
WSJ correction pic.twitter.com/SwBBEo678G
— W.G. Dunlop (@wgdunlop) November 29, 2018
Is someone from the Resistance working inside the building and trying to make a point, or is this a pretty accurate representation of where the U.S. media has stood on the whole Russian collusion story for two years now?
— kebab (@dailydonerkebab) November 29, 2018
— Hisham (@hishamabboud) November 29, 2018
I'll allow it.
— Michael Thurman (@Mike45223) November 29, 2018
Correction of the year. Or maybe of the rest of time. https://t.co/Eu48dPcwkL
— Liz Sly (@LizSly) November 29, 2018
We’ve seen enough Photoshops of Putin and Trump kissing and performing other sex acts, so this is pretty quaint.
BEST CORRECTION EVER? NPR mangles Spanish translation in article on 'the year of the woman' https://t.co/rS0DUD58F4
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 1, 2018