U.S. First Lady Melania Trump, the school children welcomed, as they tour the holiday decorations with reporters in the White house in Washington, USA-27. November 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst RC1A66CC6040
Newsweek published a misleading headline on Tuesday, which claimed that the First Lady, Melania Trump demanded to be removed a historical Jackson magnolia tree from the White house grounds, but not to mention that the experts recommended to remove the tree because it might fall down at any moment.
“Melania Trump orders the removal of the almost 200-year-old tree from the White house,” Newsweek tweeted from his verified Twitter account. The same text as the header for the story, which is essentially fake messages and Malt Melania Trump like a tree-to-hate villain.
The First Lady has , to the historic tree removed, but only after the specialist determined that it needed to be removed. The tree has long supported was by rods and wires, and was a danger to everyone standing nearby.
“Newsweek’s bias and contempt for the First Lady and our administration was on full display, if you actively practice the use of a wrong heading instead of responsible journalism.”
– Melania Trump’s Communications Director, Stephanie Grisham
“Newsweek’s bias and contempt for the First Lady and our administration was on full display, if you actively practice the use of a wrong heading instead of responsible journalism. This is why Americans fall for the trust and confidence in the mass media, Melania Trump, Communications Director, Stephanie Grisham told Fox News.
Media Research Center Vice President Dan Gainor mocked the publication for the participation in the “ordinary war trump” , a hobby of the mainstream media.
“Either you find something to attack him or you can make it,” Gainor told Fox News. “Remember, Newsweek sold, a few years ago for $1. It seems the buyers were cheated.”
White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino Jr called Newsweek ran the headline “100% misleading” and added the hashtag (“#fake news week.”
Newsweek has updated the body of his history, but also the misleading headline remains. The story cited a report that shows the truth about the tree, which could tumble at any moment.
“Without the extensive wiring system, the tree had fallen years ago. Currently, and very to the wiring system failed, on the East trunk, as a cable has pulled through the very thin layer of wood that remains. It is difficult to predict when and how many will fail”, the updated story says, citing a document obtained by CNN.
Some industry insiders feel that Newsweek provides over-the-top click-bait on purpose, to win in an attempt to, the reporting from the media Reporter at a respectable news organizations. Even the left-oriented journalists and news organizations criticized Newsweek for the misleading tweet.
“Another BS Newsweek tweet,” HuffPost reporter Yashar Ali wrote. “With 280 characters, there is no excuse.”
To do “another Newsweek headline nothing for the credibility of the news industry as a whole. This headline is grossly wrote is misleading,” NBC News reporter Tom Winter.
Newsweek sold for $1 in 2010 to take over if the buyer was forced, the magazine of the financial liabilities. The magazine has issued, a minimum of 20 corrections in 2017, and has even dedicated a page on your site, his mistake – but it has not updated since September. The magazine recognized more than 50 errors in 2016 and recently announced an embarrassing retreat, a story of the life of the Las-Vegas-shooter friend with salacious information that was incorrectly detailed as a fake-news.
The tree that was planted in the early 1800s, to be removed later this week.
Brian flood covers the media for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @Brian flood.