There are many, many legitimate, evidence-supported critiques that people can make about Donald Trump. Taking a quote out of context is not a legitimate, evidence-supported critique. I was furious at what I thought Trump said, too, until I looked into the context (C-SPAN). In a sound-bite world, a wise politician would be more careful, but thousands of social media users who shared their knee-jerk outrage could also benefit from a bit of the “verify or duck” mindset.
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Spreading false quotes only fuels his ire. We become the purveyors of his “fake news “.