Donald Trump Reschedules Fake News Awards Due To Unanticipated (Wednesday 1/17)

Donald Trump Reschedules Fake News Awards Due To Unanticipated (Wednesday 1/17)


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Donald Trump Reschedules Fake News Awards Due To Unanticipated (Wednesday 1/17)
deadline.com ^ | January 7, 2018 12:49pm | Greg Evans

Posted on 01/14/2018 7:47:22 PM PST by ransomnote

Full Title: Donald Trump Reschedules Fake News Awards Due To Unanticipated “Interest” – Or College Football

President Donald Trump took time on this Golden Globes day to announce the rescheduling of his inaugural Fake News Awards from tomorrow to Wednesday, January 17.

RelatedDonald Trump Says “I’m Not A Racist” In Wake Of “Sh*thole” Remark “The Fake News Awards,” he tweeted, “those going to the most corrupt & biased of the Mainstream Media, will be presented to the losers on Wednesday, January 17th, rather than this coming Monday. The interest in, and importance of, these awards is far greater than anyone could have anticipated!”

See tweet below.

A more likely – or less fake – explanation for the postponement is that Trump is expected to attend the College Football National Championship game between Alabama and Georgia in Atlanta Monday.

The postponement also gives Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Samantha Bee and other awards hopefuls more time to lobby for the gold. Colbert, who dubbed the awards The Fakies, kicked off the For Your Consideration campaigning with a Times Square billboard asking that his Late Show be included in such categories as “Fakest Dishonesty,” “Smallest Button” and “Least Breitbarty.”

(Excerpt) Read more at deadline.com


TOPICS: Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: donaldtrump; fakenews


Do we have alot of Tweeters on FR? Would be great if all FReeters retweeted Trump’s Fake News award tweets and any all other pro Trump comments.

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