A lot of people are getting their news from Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms, which is why a lot of pundits are starting to sound the alarm over President Donald J. Trump’s habit of posting the kind of “fake news” that many pundits and journalists have been warning about.
Some of these experts, like the President himself, have even made outlandish claims about fake news.
But it’s not just the President who’s getting a bad rap.
Some mainstream media outlets, like CNN, have been guilty of promoting misinformation in the past.
This week, CNN, which has been under fire for being biased in the lead-up to the 2016 election, decided to apologize for the “fake” news they promoted.
The network’s new chief legal officer, Andrew Freedman, told the New York Times that the network has a “zero tolerance” policy for spreading “fake content” on its platforms.
CNN is a part of a larger industry of media conglomerates that are part of the media giant Time Warner, which owns CNN, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNN and MSNBC.
And Time Warner is a major media conglomerate, too.
So what exactly does the company do with its media holdings?
Time Warner owns various news outlets and owns some of them, like The Washington Post, the New Yorker, CNN’s parent company CNN, and a slew of other media properties, including the Wall Street Post, Washington Post website, CNN Money, and The Wall St. Journal, among others.
Time Warner also owns numerous television stations and other media entities, like BET, BET Networks, and BET Networks.
All of these media properties are owned by Time Warner.
So is the network actually doing anything wrong by promoting fake news?
The problem is that Time Warner and the media conglomerate that is it are both owned by the same parent company, which also owns the company that owns CNN.
The fact that Time & Warner owns a media conglomerate that owns the CNN news outlets that are spreading false news is the real problem, according to some experts.
The problem here is that the media conglomerate has no responsibility to check out fake news and the news outlets are all owned by one person, who has no accountability to the news consumers that he or she is creating.
CNN, for example, was the first outlet to post an article claiming that the President’s inauguration was a fake, according, as one of its own sources explained to CNNMoney.
The New Yorker was the next to post fake news about the inauguration.
The Associated Press also had a fake article on its front page and a fake story on its back page.
It was the latter, which had the headline “President Trump’s First Full Day in Office.”
And the Washington Post was the only outlet that didn’t post the fake news article.
CNN itself is not the only news outlet that is publishing fake news on its news platforms, as many other outlets have done as well.
The Washington Examiner, for instance, was one of the first news outlets to post a fake news story about President Trump’s inauguration.
And CNN’s own reporter, James Delingpole, was accused of spreading fake news in a tweet from early in the Trump administration.
Delingoleps tweet read: “We are now seeing the beginnings of an attempt to change the narrative about Trump’s inaugural.
The media’s attempts to push the narrative as if it is true are the beginning of the end.”
CNN, of course, has a history of making false claims about other news outlets.
In February 2017, the network retracted a story that claimed that former Vice President Mike Pence had molested and assaulted women over decades.
And in September 2017, CNN retracted a claim that former Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile had lied about having conversations with then-Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton.
The fake news stories that CNN is promoting in its outlets are, as they say, “fake.”
The problem with these articles, according a number of experts, is that they are not fact-based.
They are not true, and are not based in fact.
The most common way to debunk fake news is to check it out yourself.
There are a number different ways to do that, which can be done in a variety of different ways.
One way is to look for sources.
In other words, look for other sources, such as experts, journalists or people that have already written about the news that you’re trying to debunk.
Another method is to go to a news outlet.
This is especially useful when you’re reading a news story and don’t know what to look at or where to start.
There is an app called Fake News Tracker, which comes with a tool that allows you to search for stories and then sort through them.
For instance, you can sort stories by topics like “fake gun,” “fake election,” and “fake health care.”
Then, you will see a list of articles that contain the words “fake,” “trump,”