From Fake News to Enemy of the People: An Anatomy of Trump’s Tweets | Inter Press Service

The president’s tweets can have an impact and consequences for the press both at home and abroad. His rhetoric has given cover to autocratic regimes: world leaders from Cambodia to the Philippines have echoed terms like “fake news” in the midst of crackdowns on press freedom. And the rhetoric has sometimes resulted in harassment of individual journalists in the U.S., where CPJ is aware of several journalists who say they were harassed or threatened online after being singled out on Twitter by Trump. CPJ’s database of tweets can be viewed here and our methodology can be found here.

Source: From Fake News to Enemy of the People: An Anatomy of Trump’s Tweets | Inter Press Service