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Boston Globe forced to issue embarrassing correction after spreading fake news story about Trump and the media


The Boston Globe on Friday tweeted what they thought was a bombshell of sorts after recording Donald Trump answering “the press is ‘not behaving'” to a question asked after the president signed an executive order today on financial regulation reforms. Note — you can’t hear the actual question in the video:


And now for the correction, 3 hours later. The question was on Iran, not the the media, and it’s the Iranians who are “not behaving”:

But why the error and why the delay in the correction? There was plenty of coverage at the time of just what President Trump said:


And we’d also like to point out this is the Boston Globe’s pinned tweet right now:

#FactsMatter, indeed.


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