article When you see an article or tweet about the 2016 presidential election, chances are you’re probably seeing something similar.
In the case of the election, the headline of an article, often with the word “trump,” is the word used by the Clinton campaign to call attention to the Republican candidate’s controversial past.
But in other cases, the article or post may refer to a different candidate, often one who’s been on the ballot but not yet won.
The article or the tweet is just a fake, and the real person running the fake news business is the one being targeted.
That’s what you should pay attention to, according to CNN’s senior political analyst, Anderson Cooper.
“It’s a little bit of a game-changer because this is what is called fake news, that is, it’s a completely phony news story,” Cooper said.
CNN’s analysis found the majority of the fake stories it found were not from news organizations.
Cooper said some were written by people who had previously been involved in fake news and had been trying to get people to read articles that would make them believe they were real news.
“In a lot of cases, there’s not a lot to go on, and so the person who wrote it is just trying to take advantage of people who are desperate for the attention and the money,” Cooper explained.
“This is a great way for them to make money.”
There’s no hard-and-fast rules on when you should stop believing fake news.
Cooper pointed to a fake article on the White House website that claimed the Trump administration planned to cut $800 million from the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget.
“The headline says it all, and it’s not the headline,” Cooper continued.
Cooper said of fake news that can be misleading. “
“So it’s kind of a double-edged sword, right?
CNN’s investigation found some fake stories are published on sites that are owned or operated by Trump’s political rivals. “
And so, you know, if you’re looking for something that’s misleading, you really want to be skeptical and really look for something more than just a headline.”
CNN’s investigation found some fake stories are published on sites that are owned or operated by Trump’s political rivals.
But the majority, like many others, were published by an anti-Trump website that was owned by someone who was not running for president.
A majority of these fake stories, according, were not posted by the Trump campaign or affiliated with the campaign.
CNN is continuing to investigate fake news on a daily basis.
But for now, you’re better off trusting the real news source than just following the headlines and trying to decipher whether the story is true or not.