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Fake News has been around for a long time.  These media lies and deceptions were often used, but it took President Trump to name it and expose it.

The term “fake news” was popularized by President Donald Trump during his run for the presidency.  “It was at Donald Trump’s first press conference as President-elect when the term "fake news" broke out of media discussions and into the mainstream. "You are fake news!" he pointed at CNN’s Jim Acosta while refusing to listen to his question. Since then, the now President of the USA has been exposing major media outlets several times a week for being ‘FAKE NEWS’ via his Twitter feeds and public pronouncements.

While Donald Trump brought the term “fake news” into the public’s conscience, the liars and dopes in the biased mainstream media had been guilty of falsifying news for decades.  In 2004, CBS’s lying journalist Dan Rather, just weeks before the 2004 presidential election, aired a fake report alleging that President George W. Bush had gotten into the Texas Air National Guard -- thus avoiding the Vietnam War draft - as a result of preferential treatment by the military. The report was based on forged memos said to be from that era. American citizens, not associated with the lying media, pointed out that the memos were typed on a computer, not a typewriter, and CBS eventually acknowledged that it couldn't prove the memos were real.  An internal investigation led to the firing of three CBS execs and the report's producer, Mary Mapes. CBS News anchor Dan Rather, who had defended the memos, stepped down early in 2005, apparently as a result of the scandal.
The media's ongoing production of fake news and their never-ending attacks on Donald Trump had, after President Trump’s first hundred days, destroyed the little credibility the liberal-progressive media had. In one poll, roughly half (51 percent) of Americans said the national political media “is out of touch with everyday Americans,” compared with (only) 28 percent who said it “understand the issues everyday Americans are facing.”

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The New York Times was providing fake news, well before President Trump named it fake news.
As the attempts to indict, impeach and bring down President Trump became more evident, The New York Times doubled down on its efforts to attack Trump with Fake News.  The Times issued a fake news story, using anonymous sources, to claim Trump's Secretary of State was AWOL, at a time he was securing the release of three American hostages North Korea had been holding.
Unashamed of their lies, they followed up with a story claiming Kirstjen Nielsen, Trump's homeland security secretary, told ANONYMOUS colleagues she was close to resigning after President Trump berated her on Wednesday in front of the entire cabinet for what he said was her failure to adequately secure the nation’s borders, according to several current and former officials familiar with the episode.
Ms. Nielsen, who is a protégée of John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, has ACCORDING TO UNNAMED SOURCES drafted a resignation letter but has not submitted it, according to two of the ANONYMOUS people. As the head of the Department of Homeland Security, Ms. Nielsen is in charge of the 20,000 employees who work for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Mr. Trump’s alleged anger toward Ms. Nielsen at the meeting was part of a lengthy "tirade" (wrote the New York Times) in which the president railed at his entire cabinet about what he said was its lack of progress toward sealing the country’s borders against illegal immigrants, according to one person who was present at the meeting.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said Thursday that “the president is committed to fixing our broken immigration system and our porous borders.”


CNN, one of the nation's greatest producers of Fake News, published a story in May 2018, saying 43% of families were living below the ALICE threshold, meaning they were having difficulties meeting week-to-week needs despite the trump economy.

The media liars and dopes at CNN forgot to mention while Obama was president, in 2016 49% of Americans lived below the ALICE Threshold.  This is an example of how CNN can produce misleading news, by simply not reporting the whole story.