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發言人:sirniong, on Dec/12/2017    17:49:06 (IP code: X.X.4.139)
 A stunning 74% said they have little or no confidence in Trump, up from just 23% who didn't trust Obama. Mistrust in the US leader extended to confidence in the United States, with favorable views of the United States plummeting around the world from 64% to 49% since Trump became president. 

Record ID: 1513072146   From: 美國

回信 發言人:Kea`ee, on Dec/12/2017    17:51:25 (IP code: X.X.4.139)
 And news of Trump's tweets of false information are traveling the world.
The Dutch quickly rejected Trump's tweet of a video that was supposed to be a Muslim attacking a Dutch boy in crutches. "Facts do matter," said the Dutch Embassy. The attacker was not Muslim. He was born and raised in the Netherlands, and was arrested over the attack.
 

Record ID: 1513072146R001   From: 美國

回信 發言人:Cyn`ee, on Dec/13/2017    09:47:21 (IP code: X.X.4.139)
 When Amnesty International released a report about prison deaths in Syria, the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, retorted that “we are living in a fake-news era.” President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, who is steadily rolling back democracy in his country, blamed the global media for “lots of false versions, lots of lies,” saying “this is what we call ‘fake news’ today.”

In Myanmar, where international observers accuse the military of conducting a genocidal campaign against the Rohingya Muslims, a security official told The New York Times that “there is no such thing as Rohingya,” adding: “It is fake news.” In Russia, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, told a CNN reporter to “stop spreading lies and fake news.” Her ministry now uses a big red stamp, “FAKE,” on its website to label news stories it dislikes.
 

Record ID: 1513072146R002   From: 美國

回信 發言人:Kea`ee, on Dec/13/2017    09:51:16 (IP code: X.X.4.139)
 Around the world, authoritarians, populists and other political leaders have seized on the phrase “fake news” — and the legitimacy conferred upon it by an American president — as a tool for attacking their critics and, in some cases, deliberately undermining the institutions of democracy. In countries where press freedom is restricted or under considerable threat — including Russia, China, Turkey, Libya, Poland, Hungary, Thailand, Somalia and others — political leaders have invoked “fake news” as justification for beating back media scrutiny. 

Record ID: 1513072146R003   From: 美國

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