Accuracy in Media

There was a short-lived controversy on the Internet when CNN erroneously reported that President Donald Trump fed koi, or carp, an entire box of fish food while feeding the fish next to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

But Trump didn’t dump the fish food all at once before Abe did — in fact, Abe and Trump fed the fish using a spoon to dump the food into the pond.

Abe then dumped the rest of the fish food from the wooden container, and Trump followed suit.

The video below shows that President Trump followed Abe’s lead:





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Comments

  • Chip

    Would you expect anything else from CNN? They couldn’t say anything positive about our president even it it cost them their ratings. Oh wait, it has cost them their ratings! Whoever would believe any of the crap CNN preaches must not do any of their own research or they would know what a joke of a network they are. I can’t bring myself to use the word “news” when saying their name. I can’t believe anyone would waste their money advertising on that joke of a network.

  • Warren Leach

    Who cares, DRUMP’S National Security Adviser was conspiring with a foreign govt to kidnap a legal resident.
    Who the #$@^&! cares about some Chinese fish. These people (and I use that term loosely) are the most despicable, dishonest, self serving, cheating, stealing gang of traitors ever assembled. They make Boss Tweed and Tamminy Hall look like Disneyland .. Lord help us all