The Washington Post has added a new feature to Twitter which will fact-check every single one of Trump’s questionable tweets. They’re not going to fact-check every tweets but every once and awhile he puts something out there that maybe isn’t so factually accurate. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
In an apparent first for any American news outlet, the Washington Post released a Chrome plug-in on Friday designed to fact-check posts from a single Twitter account. Can you guess which one?
The new "RealDonaldContext" plug-in for the Google Chrome browser, released by WaPo reporter Philip Bump, adds fact-check summaries to selected posts by President-elect Donald Trump. Users will need to click a post in The Donald's Twitter feed to see any fact-check information from the Washington Post, which appears as a gray text box beneath the tweet.
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