WASHINGTON, D.C. — In the weeks that followed then-President-elect Donald Trump referring to CNN as a "fake news" outlet, the national conversation about what what can be classified as truth has intensified. In Washington D.C., Jordan Winters spoke to Trump supporters from across the country about where and how they get informed about the political landscape and what they consider to be the truth.
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