Newsweek’s social media editor should buy a dictionary because this isn’t how “plagiarism” works:
Ivanka Trump plagiarizes one of her own speeches in India https://t.co/nqrPl8R6cX pic.twitter.com/C5Ivw2fEbb
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 30, 2017
“One of her own speeches.” https://t.co/2K9kFHAQf2
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 30, 2017
SCOOP from Newsweek! They find people recycle lines and phrases from previous speeches.
Where’s that Pulitzer? https://t.co/OOZwZi5XIk
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) November 30, 2017
idk i think that's okay honestly https://t.co/wXXGbyDZ4n
— Egg Bruenog (@ebruenig) November 30, 2017
Is this a joke? Not going to click bait and even check.
Newsweek, you are an embarrassment to words on paper https://t.co/PkK6khcRoH
— Moe Menace (@caseymckack) November 30, 2017
But believe them on all the other stuff, right?
@Newsweek doesn't know what the word plagiarize means, but by all means believe them when they report stuff. https://t.co/6ow8XlgZ2n
— Farbrook (@dutchindian) November 30, 2017
Let’s help them out, shall we?
I believe the word you are looking for is "repeats" #fakenews https://t.co/1ucbORiEGU
— Mark Johnson (@MW_Johnson1) November 30, 2017
Screenshot for posterity:
'Should be OFF limits': Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton SLAP media over Malia Obama https://t.co/DRVVRuUXDw
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 25, 2017
Ivanka Trump gets quoted in new Alabama Senate race ad, but not in a good way for the GOP https://t.co/L9t42SS2uF
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 21, 2017
ICYMI ==> LOW BLOW! Paul Ryan challenger @IronStache went THERE with Ivanka Trump and Justin Trudeau https://t.co/AAUQLDbPI1
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 31, 2017
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