The ranking of the most loud about the articles was published on the website of the Republican party. It got four CNN, two stories the New York Times and one from ABC, Washington Post, Time and Newsweek.
The list was headed by columnist, New York Times Paul Krugman, Nobel prize winner in Economics and an ardent supporter of the Democratic party of the United States. After the defeat of Hillary Clinton in the presidential election Krugman predicted that the markets will not survive the election of a trump.
Despite this prophecy, the leading stock indexes are regularly shown new record value. For the year since the inauguration of the trump stock index S&P 500 rose nearly 25%, high-tech NASDAQ index — by 30%.
On the second place among the “winners” turned out to be a journalist for ABC News, Brian Ross, whose report was able for a short time to bring down the markets. Ross claimed that former adviser to trump national security, Michael Flynn intends to testify, if trump during the election campaign told him to “establish contact with the Russians.” The material of the journalist said that this may be grounds for impeachment Trump. Stock indexes fell sharply after reporting Ross, which was subsequently disavowed by the channel.
Another “winner” — CNN, in a report which stated that the President-in-law Jared Kushner before the publication received from the WikiLeaks website access to documents of the National Committee of the Democratic party. The TV channel suggested that this is evidence of “collusion trump with Russia,” as U.S. intelligence services suspected Moscow in the transfer of documents to WikiLeaks .
The rating also includes material that trump allegedly sold a bust of Martin Luther king, the outstanding fighter for the rights of African Americans. The implication was that the politician thereby demonstrated racist tendencies. Completed winners list summarizing the record of “conspiring with Russia”. Trump called this story “the greatest fake ever pushed on the American people”.