President Trump tweeted out a reminder on Wednesday morning to all Americans who tune into the mainstream media: be cautious of the catchy words “sources say.”
In his tweet, Trump claims many stories with this phrase are likely fake news stories with no credible facts.
He writes in his tweet: “Remember, when you hear the words “sources say” from the Fake Media, often times those sources are made up and do not exist.”
Remember, when you hear the words “sources say” from the Fake Media, often times those sources are made up and do not exist.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 12, 2017
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