Accuracy in Media

A recent New York Times article alleged that President Donald Trump drinks 12 cans of Diet Coke a day, and CNN asked a nutritionist about the dangers of drinking that much soda per day.

On Erin Burnett’s show Out Front, the nutritionist said that soda is unhealthy, as it can cause bloating and does not hydrate a person properly.

The bottom line is that it is an alleged Diet Coke habit and cannot be confirmed on-the-record, even by the New York Times.

Trump disputed the New York Times article and called it fake news, but did not dispute the Diet Coke claim:





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  • samo war
  • el

    I noticed a move toward putting a statue up of former Mayor Marion Barry, who also indulged in another form of ‘coke’. Both have been married multiple times, 3 from Trump, 4 from Barry. One man is criticized the other applauded. The ”judgment police” are confusing.