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Unfit To Print Episode 42: Trump Campaign Sues NYT And WaPo

Amber Athey Podcast Columnist
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The Trump campaign is officially fed up with fake news and has filed a series of libel lawsuits against news outlets that it says are still peddling the fake Russia collusion narrative.

Last week, the campaign filed a new suit against the Washington Post over two articles that suggested the Trump campaign attempted to conspire with Russia during the 2016 election. The campaign is seeking millions in damages — could this finally put an end to the media’s false attacks against the president? (RELATED: Trump Campaign Sues WaPo For Libel Over ‘False And Defamatory Statements’ About Russian Interference)

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‘Unfit to Print’ host Amber Athey is also explaining how the media whiffed when claiming that President Donald Trump called the coronavirus a “hoax.” Luckily, Check Your Fact hit Politico and other news outlets who spread the lie with a “false” fact check rating, which helped stem the spread of such misinformation.

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Finally, Amber explains in this episode what truly caused MSNBC’s Chris Matthews to fall from grace — and it had nothing to do with his sexually charged comments toward women.

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Thanks for watching and check out past episodes of the podcast:

Unfit To Print Episode 41: ABC News Correspondent Suspended For Telling The Truth

Unfit To Print Episode 40: Roger Stone Gets Railroaded

Unfit To Print Episode 39: CNN Mocks Rural Trump Supporters

Unfit To Print Episode 38: Black Gun Owners Shred Media Narrative About ‘White Nationalist’ Gun Rally

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