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CNN finds itself in Trump's 'fake news' crosshairs

Despite the retraction of an article and the resignation of three veteran journalists, CNN is finding itself exactly where it doesn’t want to be: a rallying cry in President Trump’s campaign against fake news. The cable news network took swift action to remove an article from its website on Friday...

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