Last night we told you about a Washington Post fact check on a claim made during President Trump’s Oval Office speech on border security which the Post found “right but misleading.” Up next, NPR takes a crack at trying to spin something Trump said that was true as a falsehood:
— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) January 9, 2019
See what they did there?
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) January 9, 2019
So everything he said is…. correct? Why is the government funding you again? https://t.co/xXnMRazlgs
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) January 9, 2019
That IS some solid “journalisming” there.
So – #FactCheck: True…?
— Scooter (@DCMScooter) January 9, 2019
This is NOT a fact check. This is a partisan hack statement
— ? (@arteetmarte1) January 9, 2019
This isn’t a contradiction. These “legal ports of entry” are on our southern border ?♀️ Just don’t see how that is an accurate “fact check.”
— Stephanie Easland (@sdeasland1) January 9, 2019
— Jeremy Christopher (@JeremyMeisenba1) January 9, 2019
So the small fraction of kids killed by opioids is now "acceptable?" https://t.co/8ggTY6B5q5
— Paul (@Machinist_Paul) January 9, 2019
Way to go, NPR!
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