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How to identify a fake news

Espresso Logo By Adam Bisby of Espresso | Slide 1 of 21: Less than two years after Donald Trump became President of the United States, the "fake news" he refers to so frequently has become so well-known and ubiquitous that it was named 2017 word of the year by dictionary publisher Collins. But familiarity with the term alone doesn’t always make misleading misinformation easy to spot—and that’s where this checklist comes in.

How to identify fake news

Less than two years after Donald Trump became President of the United States, the "fake news" he refers to so frequently has become so well-known and ubiquitous that it was named 2017 word of the year by dictionary publisher Collins. But familiarity with the term alone doesn’t always make misleading misinformation easy to spot—and that’s where this checklist comes in.

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