By Shawn Rice
White House officials being sacked for buying President Donald Trump the wrong bagels is fake news. There is no truth that three staffers in Trump’s administration were fired for having purchased the president the wrong type of bagels that he likes. Where did the fake news originate?
Real News Right Now published the fake news article reporting that a leaked memo revealed that three White House officials had been let go because they brought the wrong bagels for Trump. The fake news article cited an alleged memo obtained by The New York Times. You can read the fake news below:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Three senior administration officials have lost their jobs in recent weeks over a “total and complete failure” to consistently provide President Donald J. Trump with his preferred type of morning bagels, according to an internal White House memo obtained by The New York Times.
The memo, which sheds light on the extent of Mr. Trump’s “borderline obsession” with bagels, is one of seven documents leaked by anonymous administration officials this week. “One dozen plain bagels are to be hand-delivered to the Oval Office no later than 7:45 a.m. Monday through Friday,” states a January 28 memorandum by White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. “It is imperative that you check, check, and recheck to ensure you have the correct bagels as POTUS does not tolerate mistakes,” Priebus wrote.
Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.
— Jozef (@jzalik) February 20, 2017
— R. Hobbus, J.D. (@RHobbusJD) February 14, 2017
Finally, Real News Right Now carries the following disclaimer on its about page:
R. Hobbus J.D. is an internationally acclaimed independent investigative journalist specializing in international politics, health, business, science, conflict resolution, history, geography, mathematics, social issues, feminism, space travel, civil rights, human rights, animal rights, fashion, film, astronomy, classic literature, religion, biology, paranormal activity, the occult, physics, psychology, and creative writing. He has appeared in countless publications including Time Magazine, Newsweek, Playboy, The Economist, The New York Times, Mad Magazine, Hustler, Guns & Ammo, People, Maxim Magazine, Highlights, The 9/11 Commission Report, The New Yorker, Bon Appetite, Rolling Stone, Car & Driver, Soldier of Fortune, Elle, Nintendo Power, National Geographic, and many more. He has received numerous awards for his work including the prestigious Stephen Glass Distinction in Journalistic Integrity (2011), The Oscar Mayer Award for Journalistic Excellence (2003), three Nobel Peace Prize nominations, one Pulitzer in Investigative Reporting (1998), and two Pulitzer Prizes in Commentary (1996, 2008). He resides comfortably in his modest home overlooking the coast of Go to the full article.
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