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Tool Can Fact Check Trump’s Tweets

The Washington Post has created a Google Chrome plugin the will fact check Donald Trump’s tweets. The content will be displayed next to Trump’s tweets and provide factual statements. The Washington Post says that the Chrome extension is still in its early stages but once people install it they will have access to content attached to Trump’s Tweets.

The Post’s owner Jeff Bezos is known for his twitter battles with Trump during the election. Trump even blackballed the Post’s reporters from his campaign events during election time as well. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the Washington Post would come up with a technique to subvert Trump’s twitter statements.

This new feature will be helpful for those who don’t exactly support what Trump represents. The Washington Post will also have to take into account those who do support Trump, and that there is high possibility that they won’t use the fact-checking tool at all.


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