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CNN reporter challenges Trump on “fake news”

By Reuters
15 August 2017   |   4:58 am
CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta challenged President Trump on Monday, asking him during a memo-signing at the White House, "haven't you spread a lot of fake news yourself, sir?"

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