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Media Claims of Trump Sex Acts in Russia are Fake News

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Just hours before a press conference for President-elect Donald Trump, CNN, joined by BuzzFeed, dropped a fake news story involving Trump and disgusting acts with prostitutes in Russia.

It was perfectly timed to mess with President-elect Trump’s first scheduled press conference.

The story, being referred to on Twitter as “p*ssgate,” involves defiling a bed once used by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Hilariously, the story seems to be fiction, written by anonymous 4Chan message board members. Apparently, this “fanfiction” was sent to former Marco Rubio campaign insider Rick WIlson, who then forwarded it to the CIA.

The story is childish and gross. Here is the situation, as explained by 4Chan:

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After Rubio’s campaign failed, Rick Wilson ran Evan McMullin’s 3rd party campaign. It’s clear that his efforts were so desperate to find dirt about Donald Trump, they were willing to believe absolutely anything.

Even far-left reporter David Corn of The Nation, who saw the documents months ago, said the reporting by BuzzFeed and CNN has been entirely unfair and shameless:

And as Charles Johnson explained, the 4Chan inside-joke involving urine is about gross internet posts allegedly made by Rick Wilson’s son:

In addition, The Atlantic has confirmed Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen has never been to Prague, despite the fake report’s claim that he was there to negotiate secret deals with Russia:

“I’m telling you emphatically that I’ve not been to Prague, I’ve never been to Czech [Republic], I’ve not been to Russia,” Cohen said. “The story is completely inaccurate, it is fake news meant to malign Mr. Trump.”

Cohen was contacted by The Atlantic’s Rosie Gray about the story, and Cohen insisted the whole story is fake news.

Buzzfeed’s story, Cohen told Gray, is “totally fake, totally inaccurate.”

Cohen said that on the day that he was supposedly overseas making secret deals for Trump, he was actually visiting the University of Southern California with his son to meet with a baseball coach.

Gray found a USC source that confirmed Cohen was there during the time the documents claim he was in Prague.

BuzzFeed and CNN knew exactly what they were doing. They disregarded all journalistic standards to smear Donald Trump at any cost. For advertising revenues and increased clicks, they were willing to share a hit piece that even liberal publications passed on months ago.

And these are two outlets which have been complaining about so-called “fake news.” They just took “fake news” to the next level, using their message platform to smear people and ruin lives.

The media is corrupt and is lying to you. This is why no one trusts the mainstream media.

Here is President-elect Trump’s bold response to this outrageously fake slander:

What do you think about the fake Donald Trump “p*ssgate” story? Please leave us a comment (below) and tell us.

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