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Trump's appeal to Hannity highlights conservative media bubble

money.cnn.com — "I spoke to Sean Hannity, which, everybody refuses to call Sean Hannity. I had numerous conversations with Sean Hannity at Fox. And Sean Hannity said -- and he called me the other day, and I spoke to him about it -- he said you were totally against the war, because he was for the war," Trump said at Monday night's presidential debate.

Trump's appeal to Hannity highlights his conservative media bubble

wyff4.com — When Donald Trump wanted to prove, despite the evidence, that he never supported the Iraq War, he turned to Sean Hannity for help. "I spoke to Sean Hannity, which, everybody refuses to call Sean Hannity. I had numerous conversations with Sean Hannity ...

Mediagazer: How 20 NPR journalists annotated an embeddable debate transcript as an experiment in real-time fact checking, delivering NPR.org a record 7.4M pageviews (Benjamin Mullin/Poynter)

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

wisn.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

koat.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

wtae.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

ketv.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

kcci.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

wesh.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.

Lester Holt walks a fine line at debate

wgal.com — In this fractured, partisan era, no presidential moderator can please everyone. Some people want the moderator to play fact-checker, some people want the candidates to be left to their own devices. Only so many questions can be asked, and different statements warrant different kinds of follow-ups.
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Sep 27, 2016

Donald Trump said "Sean Hannity" seven times during last night's debate. Here's why it matters:  http://money.cnn.com/2016/09/27/media/trump-hannity-crutch/index.html 

Sep 27, 2016

RT @nytmedia: Stephen Colbert Reboots ‘The Late Show,’ Fixing It on the Fly  http://nyti.ms/2ddMTZe 

Sep 27, 2016

Before you click: If you don’t know the answer to this question, I’d encourage you to consider diversifying your news sources…. Now click. https://t.co/vp15VswIWb

Sep 27, 2016

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Seriously! This is lead story on Fox News dot com. This is straight propaganda for Trump. I don't say that lightly. https://t.co/YuNiJgc0wa

Sep 27, 2016

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: 4.) I personally asked multiple Fox people for the clip of Trump Iraq invasion success in 2003 before I had to get if from college archive.

Sep 27, 2016

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: 3.) It's embarrassing Fox News would categorize this way when Cavuto has clip on his show of Trump calling it success he's yet to air on TV.

Sep 27, 2016

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: 2.) Neil Cavuto did not "uncover" this last night. All fact checkers, @PolitiFact, @GlennKesslerWP, me, had this interview for months.

Sep 27, 2016

RT @BuzzFeedAndrew: 1.) Trump does NOT say he opposes Iraq in the clip. Says maybe wait for U.N. approval and either attack or don't. Doesn't "back up" anything


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