President Donald Trump has driven the press so mad over the “fake news” label that they’ve been known to have a collective meltdown over a “completely inappropriate and harmful” Fake News T-shirt spotted on a mannequin at Bloomingdale’s.

Trump has leveraged the “fake news” moniker very successfully throughout his campaign and his presidency; he’s obviously tapped into something that resonates with tens of millions of people. But now The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman is noticing that Trump is switching things up a bit:

Hmm, what could have changed?

According to John Podesta’s leaked emails, yeah.

And once again leading the way on Russia 3.0 is The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway:

That was NPR doing some really heavy lifting with ellipses.

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