Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

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Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Several online sites and President Donald Trump supporters shared photos of CNN News anchorman Anderson Cooper, falsely accusing him of faking Hurricane Florence’s wrath. The claims were made after Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, tweeted a photo of Cooper in waist-deep flood waters, while his camera crew stood a few feet away in water up to their ankles. In his tweet, sent over the weekend as Hurricane Florence unleashed winds, rains and floods across the East Coast, Trump called on the television network to “stop lying” about his father. Trump Jr. did not specifically mention Hurricane Florence in his social media post, but several social media users and online sites wrongly concluded the picture of Anderson was taken during Hurricane Florence.
Drivers pull their cars to the edge of a highway into a long line waiting for gas to arrive at a station near Wilmington, N.C. On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that a North Carolina gas station clerk refused service to a customer because of Trump bumper sticker during Hurricane Florence, are untrue.

Taking a look at what didn’t happen this week

Several online sites and President Donald Trump supporters shared photos of CNN News anchorman Anderson Cooper, falsely accusing him of faking Hurricane Florence’s wrath. The claims were made after Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, tweeted a photo of Cooper in waist-deep flood waters, while his camera crew stood a few feet away in water up to their ankles. In his tweet, sent over the weekend as Hurricane Florence unleashed winds, rains and floods across the East Coast, Trump called on the television network to “stop lying” about his father. Trump Jr. did not specifically mention Hurricane Florence in his social media post, but several social media users and online sites wrongly concluded the picture of Anderson was taken during Hurricane Florence.
Drivers pull their cars to the edge of a highway into a long line waiting for gas to arrive at a station near Wilmington, N.C. On Friday, The Associated Press has found that stories circulating on the internet that a North Carolina gas station clerk refused service to a customer because of Trump bumper sticker during Hurricane Florence, are untrue.
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