One is that the site is conservative.
And, two, it has aggressively championed Trumpism.
So. we have to be suspicious about the Drudge Report headlines this evening. They are twofold.
One, some entity is leaking transcripts of the president's phone calls which have taken place with world leaders.
And, two, based on those leaks, The Washington Post has published a major article detailing the supposed real content of the conversation between Donald Trump and Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. According to WaPo, the president badgers the prime minister. According to the White House the dialogue was cordial.
In this era of a surge in the amount of fake news, we can't but wonder if either is real: the leaking and/or badgering. Also, we have to ask if WaPo was itself a victim of fakeness. That is, it trusted that the leaked transcripts were real and perhaps they weren't.
On a macro level, we of Machiavellian mindsets have to wonder: Did Trumpism put this whole convoluted narrative in play to further erode confidence in the media?
The world can be thrown into total distrust of media - establishment and social. The iconic Edelman Trust Barometer for 2017 indicates that is already quite low.
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