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President Donald Trump’s state visit to the United Kingdom generated a stream of good visuals and helpful headlines — and few gaffes.
Aside from a controversy over Trump’s attempt to minimize the number of protesters, who turned out in lower numbers than expected, there were few negative stories to feed the appetite for criticism in the mainstream media. CNN had to delve into the tabloids of the early 1980s to find a story that reflected poorly on Trump’s trip.
Story - Wednesday - CNN - Research - Guru
The story, published Wednesday by CNN research guru Andrew Kaczynski, was that Trump had been suspected of hyping the interest of the British royal family in his properties, dating back to 1981 and through the mid-1990s.
The pattern, according to CNN, was that New York tabloids would publish rumors that Princess Diana or some other member of the royal clan was interested in buying an apartment from Trump. That created positive articles, and investor interest — even...
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