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Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 10:57:55


FDR 
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"Fake News" isn't a proper noun.

Edited 1/16/2017 10:58:26
Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 13:36:47


Leibstandarte (Vengeance)
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Should it be ''False News''?
Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 17:10:01


BUFFALO
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i like that the new prez speaks directly to the people on a platform that is short and simple 140 characters. nobody watches long ass speeches anymore. he speaks his mind on the spot, which is a good thing.
Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 17:49:06


OxTheAutist 
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nobody watches long ass speeches anymore

proof?

he speaks his mind on the spot, which is a good thing.

Is it a good thing? Is the president's opinion really that important? Shouldn't he be finding conclusions that work for everyone, not "his mind"?
Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 18:14:44


Von Jewburg
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Trump can tweet what he wants to tweet. But he should realize that his opinions are not direct US policies. You need Congress for that.
Trump and grammar: 1/16/2017 18:43:00


Clint Eastwood 
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I believe he's talking as though Fake News is actually a news channel, using it to make fun of the real news channels. Thus, assuming he was speaking in that context, Fake News would be grammatically correct.
For example: "The fake news channel gives fake news."
Versus: "Fake News gives fake news."
Pretty sure he meant the second.
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