Buzzfeed published an obviously tainted news story last night, one that his own editor casts doubts upon. Cosmopolitan and CNN actually discussed this salacious story about Trump’s alleged business and sexual dalliances in Russia. The story has more holes than swiss cheese. Russia’s President came out Wednesday to say it was untrue.
The Sentinel reviewed some of the obvious flaws in the story Tuesday night and you can read that on the link below.
President-elect Donald Trump refused to take a question from a CNN reporter, calling them “fake news.”
White House Press Secretary Blasts Media for Fake News
Sean Spicer added more information about the outright falsehoods this disgraceful media reported.
Mr. Spicer, White House press secretary, comes in at 01:45 on the video below. Essentially, Spicer said it is outrageous for a left-wing news organization that was actively campaigning against Trump during the election to come out with a salacious and false report.
The NY Times and many other reporters didn’t publish the story because, as the NY Times wrote, it contains no evidence. Spicer called it a “sad and pathetic attempt to get clicks.”
“The report is not an intelligence report, plain and simple,” Spicer said. He addressed the three individuals mentioned in the report, Paul Mannafort, Michael Cohen, and Carter Paige.
“Carter Paige is a man the President-elect does not know and was put on notice months ago,” Spicer said. Michael Cohen has never been in Prague and, as it turns out, it was “a different Michael Cohen.” He was actually at a baseball game with his son at the time.
Paul Mannafort has denied any of this involvement.
Click on the link below for the full story.