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Recently, Robert Mueller warned that many stories on ongoing Trump-Russia probe are wrong. Although the statement does not pinpoint any publication for spreading fake news, the story in its entirety got traction on the social media.
Many news analysts believed that the statement was issued after the McClatchy News story that revealed that Mueller has evidence that Cohen traveled to Prague in 2016. Some media networks are criticizing Mueller for attacking the integrity of “Free Press”.
Analysts are divided over the issue that whether Trump-Russia probe is a topic worthy of fake reporting? Some analysts believed that Mueller highlighted a critical issue and media networks should verify the stories before publishing them. Whereas, others believed that there are no instances of fake reporting in Trump-Russia probe.
This scenario instigated a debate over social media regarding whether stories on Trump-Russia probe really add up to the Fake News topic?