The liberal media has been running around with its hair on fire since the day Trump was sworn in. And they keep getting stuff wrong! This isn’t something that’s happened once or twice. It’s almost every day.
The Daily Caller reports:
Errors From The Press Are Piling Up In The Opening Weeks Of The Trump Administration
Journalists can’t seem to get their stories straight in the opening weeks of the Trump administration, whether in tweets or in articles where falsehoods have been spread almost daily.
The mistakes have not just been from newer liberal news outlets such The Huffington Post or BuzzFeed, but from legacy media like Reuters, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
What follows are several botched stories or conflicting reports since President Trump took office.
The Trump administration eases sanctions on a Russian intelligence agency.
NBC reported Thursday that the Trump administration was easing sanctions on the FSB, one of Russia’s primary intelligence agencies. Peter Alexander, NBC’s national correspondent, tweeted, “US Treasury Dept easing Obama admin sanctions to allow companies to do transactions with Russia’s FSB, successor org to KGB.”
Less than an hour later, he wrote, “Source familiar w sanctions says it’s a technical fix, planned under Obama, to avoid unintended consequences of cybersanctions.” His initial and incorrect tweet received nearly seven thousand retweets and the correction has less than 300 retweets.
That’s just one example. See more here.
Maybe the media should focus more on reporting the facts. Not just rushing out false stories they hope will damage the Trump administration.