How the ‘Fake News’ war is playing out in Washington

The “fake news” war is real, and it is being waged by politicians and media figures who are using every tool at their disposal to demonize Donald Trump.

It is a war that has been waged by the media and political operatives who have no interest in understanding how the American people think or how they feel, and whose goal is to undermine the President of the United States.

The goal is a complete denial of the President, and the tactics employed by the news organizations are in sharp contrast to the way that many of our founding fathers fought for the right to express themselves.

The mainstream media and their political allies have been using tactics and techniques that have been proven to work for decades.

For decades, the mainstream media has manipulated and distorted the American public, often through propaganda, by pushing the agenda of a single political party.

But the media’s strategy of demonizing the President is a new one that is changing the way Americans think about politics, the way we communicate with each other, and how we view the world.

A major media campaign to delegitimize the President was underway well before President Trump’s inauguration, and is being carried out by a group of highly credentialed journalists, political operatives, and pundits, who are largely anonymous.

These journalists and political officials are using the same techniques that they used to demonise the President and his administration.

The media is not going to be stopped, they have been told.

They are going to do whatever they can to keep Trump in power.

The Washington Post published a story on Jan. 25 that called the Trump administration a “cancer” and a “Trojan horse” that has “led to a culture of corruption, mismanagement and incompetence that has hurt our country.”

The story is a thinly-veiled attack on President Trump and his team.

It was also endorsed by a major television network, which called the new administration “an existential threat to the nation and the world.”

The Washington Examiner reported on Jan 6 that a number of news organizations were pushing back against the President’s agenda, including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News, and MSNBC.

The story cited a Washington Post story on the efforts of President Trump to push a bill through Congress that would have ended the use of taxpayer funds for his inauguration.

This is an attempt by some of these outlets to try to discredit the President on the basis of their own journalism, the Post reported.

This bill, which would have repealed the Affordable Care Act and replaced it with a voucher program, was never introduced in the Senate and was never even debated in the House.

The news outlets and their allies are using propaganda techniques to try and discredit the efforts by the Trump Administration to enact the new health care law and to reform the federal bureaucracy.

The new health law is not about a plan to privatize health care.

The health care plan is about bringing the United State into compliance with the American Health Care Act, the President has stated publicly, and which will provide the American taxpayers with greater freedom to choose health insurance providers for their families.

The coverage offered through this new health insurance plan is not a private insurance plan.

The Americans who currently have health insurance through the Affordable Health Care Plan are being able to keep that coverage as long as they choose to have it, as long it is affordable.

The American people have been lied to about the new Affordable Health care plan by the Washington Post, the New York Times, and other outlets, according to a CNN analysis.

The fact is that this new insurance program will not result in higher prices for consumers.

The Affordable Health plan does not guarantee coverage for anyone, it guarantees coverage for people who are currently receiving federal subsidies to help pay for private health insurance.

The plan does nothing to reduce the number of Americans who are uninsured, as this plan is explicitly designed to do.

And if the bill passes, it will not change how much health insurance companies must provide.

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) recently released a report on the Affordable health care bill that has already been approved by the House and Senate.

The CBO found that the bill would provide about 8 million people with health insurance by 2026.

The report did not estimate how many Americans would lose their insurance or the impact on their families if this legislation became law.

This new plan, called the Better Care Reconciliation Act, is about giving people more freedom and more choices in their health care, said Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., during the Senate confirmation hearings for Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price on Jan 7.

The Better Care plan is intended to give people a much better shot at making a healthy, middle-class life, he said.

The Republican leadership is also trying to discredit President Trump by trying to portray the President as a puppet of the Democratic Party.

The President is an illegitimate puppet of Hillary Clinton and her party, and that’s why he’s being attacked in this way.

The Democratic Party is now the enemy of the American People.

The Democrats are the party of Wall Street and