Trump Calls New York Times Fake News, Again.

This early morning, President Donald Trump tweeted at New York Times stating that they are “fake news.”

The tweet reads, “after being forced to apologize for its bad and inaccurate coverage of me after winning the election, the FAKE NEWS @nytimes is still lost!”

It’s uncertain what motivated the Trump’s statements, but we think it because the New York Times published a story yesterday┬ánight regarding Trump’s continuous personal ties to his business dealings even after the president’s decision to put his two sons in charge of the business.

Trump has numerously criticized the Times primarily due to their coverage of the 2016 election.

The Times have not issued an apology for their coverage of Trump throughout the 2016 election, but they did email subscribers describing that they underestimated Trump’s chances of winning.

Trump has called many other media networks “fake news” such as CNN, NBC News, and Buzzfeed. Tweets that claim these networks are “biased” but Fox News has yet to receive the titled “fake news” despite their obvious confirmation bias aired daily.

 

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I’ve Just Been Involved In A Vancouver Car Accident, What Now?

Washington State, like all other American states, experience the devastating effects of car accidents. In fact, car accidents continue to be the deadliest accident of them all, car accidents cause the most deaths and severe injury annually than any other accident type. In 2005 alone, about 2 million people were injured from car accidents, while about 40 thousand died in 2006 as result of a car accident, the National Highway Safety Transportation Administration reveals. It is believed the leading cause of car accidents is negligence; people who speed, talk and drive or text and drive, eat, or are under the influence while driving are considered negligible drivers. Negligence isn’t the sole cause of car accidents; other reasons include: weather conditions, construction, car malfunctions, animal interference, or road conditions could potentially be the cause of a car accident. Being involved in a severe car accident can be one of the most if not the most difficult times of your life; it’s important you know what to do after you’ve been in a car accident.

Seek Medical Assistance

The first course of action would be to seek medical attention immediately after a car crash; regardless if there are not apparent afflictions on your body, it’s better to be safe than sorry, plus if you need medical treatment it supports your case if you plan on pursuing legal action. If you delay medical treatment, attempting to file a claim to earn compensation will be a lot more harder and could be dismissed entirely.

Gather Any Documents For Evidence

If you do not to be immediately transported to a hospital, gather any evidence such as receipts, referral, photos and insurance information from the other party. Photos are especially helpful in supporting your case.

Do Not Admit Fault

Undoubtedly, the hugest mistake a car accident victim can make is to apologize for the crash at the scene or admit fault to an insurance company. If you do this, your case is practically ruined. Instead of admitting fault, simply gather personal and insurance information, take photos and submit a police report.

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Tackling Washington’s complex legal system can be a daunting task, thankfully, individuals have given their lives to the study and practice of personal injury law and are here to help you get back on your feet. Vancouver car accident attorneys from Posner Law are here to help you obtain potential legal compensation for your car accident injuries and help you put the pieces of your life back together. If your or a loved one have been in an accident, contact Posner Law today to learn whether you should pursue legal action, call 360-558-3595 or visit their website today to schedule your free consultation.