Rees literary agent John Stoddard has put together a fake article about a New York Times headline that makes headlines and stirs debate.
A fake New York City Times headline on Saturday said, “Trump wins, and Hillary Clinton loses.
The world is better off with Hillary Clinton”.
“There is a certain amount of hyperbole and sensationalism that has been taken on board, and that’s just what you’d expect from a story that’s been pushed to a certain extent,” Stoddart said.
“And I think that’s what makes it so interesting.
People do react to the headline, and there are people who think it’s a fake story.”
Stoddard, a former Times reporter, said it was important to remember the headline and that it was part of a wider story.
What’s the story here?
Stoddart and his team were looking for a story about the future of the US and the world, and what it would mean for America’s future.
“There’s an important discussion that’s going on about what’s the role of the American Presidency,” Storrowart said, referring to the president and his term.
It’s a question of when we have a new President, and how long it’s going to last, and when we get that President and his replacement, and whether we will be on a trajectory towards a post-Trump America.
” Stoddards article includes the headline that says, “The world is much better off without Donald Trump”.
It makes it clear that the headline is based on a story from November 4, the day before Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
In his opening statement, Trump said he would be a president who would work to restore jobs, strengthen our military and “end our nation’s addiction to war”.
But Stoddards story included a quote from former President George W Bush.”
If you look at the world we live in, we have no future,” he said.”
It’s like we’ve lost the ability to enjoy life in the 21st century.
It’s not a new idea, it’s been around for a long time.
We’ve lost our sense of optimism.
The only way we’re going to get our country back is if we have someone like Donald Trump in the White House.
“Storrowart has not been shy about pushing fake stories.
He tweeted in November that a story by an Associated Press reporter about Trump’s decision to nominate Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court had been “disputed by two of his lawyers”.”
Trump’s lawyers are now saying it was a false story, not disputed by one of them,” he tweeted.
The story by the AP, which had sourced a source, was retracted in a statement after the story was reported by the Associated Press and the New York Post.”
The article was retracted after the AP independently verified the source and we contacted the AP to clarify the story,” the AP said.
The AP is one of a number of outlets that have taken on fake news stories this year.
Last month, CNN claimed that a fake New Hampshire newspaper was trying to stir up hatred for Trump by publishing a story suggesting he had not attended the Republican National Convention.
In December, a story on a Facebook page for a local restaurant, The Old Lady, had been shared on social media and quickly went viral.
The New York Daily News was forced to apologise after the article included a picture of Trump’s car and claimed it had been stolen.”
We have an extremely strict policy when it comes to fake news, which means that all stories and stories that are not sourced or published by a reputable source must be removed,” a spokesperson for the Daily News said.
This week, BuzzFeed News exposed the fake story about a Republican Senator’s tweet that claimed he had “no business” talking about Trump.”
I think it is very concerning that there are so many stories about what he said and what he’s said that are so far off the mark,” said Stoddarts literary agent.”
So many of them have been sourced, and some of them are not.
“”The only way that we’re heading towards a better future is if Donald Trump is President.
“Storrows story includes an article from the Washington Post.