Whether you love him, or hate him, itâ€™s hard to go anywhere without hearing Donald Trumpâ€™s name. Heâ€™s constantly in the news and in coffeeshops. However, ever since he announced he would be running for President of the United States in the 2016 Election, itâ€™s been hard to tell the difference between fact and fiction when it comes to Trump.
This brings up an interesting point about how the news works nowadays. When you watch a news station on the television today, Â itâ€™s pretty easy to tell which political party the channel leans towards. If you dare to go on social media and try and have a political discussion, you could be confronted with so many varying, but equally biased, political opinions that you might just get a headache.
So what does this mean? Many people believe itâ€™s become harder to know what is actually true about a political candidate, and what is simply repeated message points that everyone has accepted as being true.
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