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There are now 21 on-the-record denials rebutting The Atlantic’s bombshell alleging President Trump called American soldiers “losers” and “suckers.” Ignoring the most problematic aspect of Atlantic Editor Jeffrey Goldberg’s report – his sources were all anonymous -- many journalists saw this story as the perfect opportunity to wager the institutional media’s credibility against that of the president, who to be charitable, has a strained relationship with the truth.

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TRUMP on the pandemic: “It will probably unfortunately get worse before it gets better.” — briefing Tuesday.

SAN FRANCISCO — Americans associate misinformation with Facebook and the ways it shaped debate around the 2016 presidential election. But in other countries, falsities are just as likely to spread on private messaging services — sometimes with deadly consequences.

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Collinsville is on the come-up after its third-straight win and could improve its standing with a win this week at Claremore.

If we've voted for whoever isn't Hillary Clinton, and we've turned our nation over to internet trolls who have invented, inflated and distributed all manner of lies to destroy the reputation of a decent an capable person. It takes an embarrassing level of gullibility to accept internet trolls as a reliable source of information.

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