When you’re looking for a place to make a video about something as important as immigration reform, you have to start somewhere.
And this is where we find ourselves right now with the Trump administration.
As Vox’s Dylan Matthews wrote last week, the administration is going after a group of journalists who are trying to help reporters with the story they are trying with the White House.
In this case, the reporters are the Washington Post, the New York Times, and CNN.
These are the media organizations that have been reporting on this administration’s efforts to deport people who have been in the country for more than a year.
The Post’s Matt Zapotosky told me that the administration’s strategy is to try to make their stories appear legitimate, and to present it as if it’s all the news organizations that are trying the same thing.
In fact, this is exactly the kind of strategy they’ve employed before when it comes to journalists, including the “fake news” of the Clinton administration.
But, Zapotoski explained, the Trump White House has gotten even worse at framing this as “fake,” and “fake media.”
As Zapotosk told me, the White and the Trump administrations have been using the “Fake News” trope, which is an umbrella term for a whole range of news outlets that claim to be objective when it suits their narrative.
In Trump’s case, he uses it to describe what they see as the media coverage of the election and the “alternative facts” about the election.
For example, when the Post’s Matthew Rosenberg published a story on January 11, 2017, alleging that there was “a Russian conspiracy to sway the outcome of the 2016 presidential election,” he was met with an onslaught of online comments from supporters of Hillary Clinton who called the story “fake” and “scurrilous.”
When Trump tweeted the same story in April, he received an outpouring of criticism from readers and others for his use of “fake content” in his tweets.
But Zapotosks claim that the White, who is in charge of this administration, has been using this tactic in other instances as well.
In one instance, Zaposks pointed to a tweet by a White House staffer that said, “When the MSM tells the truth, the public is lied to.
The MSM is the enemy of the American People.
When it comes time to truth, it will not be the MSM but the Trump supporters who will be the real truth-tellers.”
Zapotoskins claim is that Trump, who himself has been accused of using “fake data,” has used this strategy to try and silence the news media and “make people believe that what they’re hearing is not true.”
He explained, “This is a strategy that Trump has been doing for decades.
It’s one of his greatest strengths and weaknesses.”
The strategy is especially troubling when you consider that the Trump campaign has repeatedly used this tactic against the news organization The New York Post.
The Trump campaign falsely accused The New Yorker of a “coverup” of Russian interference in the 2016 election, which Trump himself claimed to have personally experienced.
The White House also falsely claimed that The New Republic, a left-leaning outlet, published articles about the Russian election meddling that were false, and that The Washington Post did not publish any stories that were not entirely false.
Trump also accused The Washington Times and The Guardian of being “the most-respected” news organizations in the world.
Trump has also repeatedly used the “toxic” “fakenews” trope to attack media organizations who have criticized him.
This is particularly true of a group that the Washington Times published a critical editorial titled “The Trump administration is attacking journalism.”
The Times was forced to publish a retraction and apology from the Trump transition team, but it has been unable to correct the misinformation that it published.
In his March interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, the president claimed that the media has “disappeared” in Washington, D.C. “The media in Washington has totally disappeared, they’re no longer reporting the news,” Trump said.
“They’re no more.
They’re just going to go along with the agenda.”
The White Houses strategy to silence the media seems particularly disturbing when you look at what happened in the election last year.
After the election, The New American, a website created by former Clinton aide John Podesta, published an article called “The Demise of the Mainstream Media.”
The article claimed that “in recent years, there has been a rapid shift away from news reporting into what the media calls ‘fake news.'”
This article included several pieces that claimed to debunk the so-called “fake stories” that the Clinton campaign used to help win the election in 2016.
One of the pieces in question, titled “Clinton Foundation, Russian Money, and Russia,” claimed that a number of donors to the Clinton Foundation were Russian government-connected.
Another piece, titled, “Trump and Russia’s War on Ukraine,” claimed to show how Russian government