Fake news started with President Bill Clinton and his White House.

Under President Barack Obama, fake news took on a slightly different spin as Democrats worked to promote the sainthood of Obama and the mainstream media ate it up. Journalists couldn’t do enough to help him get elected in 2008. Then, after he was elected, they let him get away with making claims such as “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,” and later in his presidency, allowed him to go virtually unchallenged when his administration brazenly blamed the Benghazi attacks on a bizarre YouTube video. There is no better example of how the Obama administration used the concept of fake news to twist perceptions in Washington than the New York Times Magazine profile of Ben Rhodes, the lightweight senior Obama foreign policy adviser who “shaped narratives” and essentially manipulated a willful press into reporting what he wanted it to say, regardless of the truth.  Complete story here > Washington is boiling. Here’s why. By Ed Rogers / Washington Post

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 21:  Bill Clinton gives a farewell speech to the Clinton Global Initiative 2016 Annual Meeting at Sheraton New York Times Square on September 21, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Taylor Hill/WireImage)


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