Bogus edition of The Washington Post spread around the American capital and claimed that Trump had resigned

That is fake news! Bogus edition of The Washington Post is circulated around D.C. by jokers who claim that Donald Trump resigned with the head & # 39; Unpresidented & # 39;

  • The real newspaper that warned that fake editions have been distributed in D.C.
  • Activists the Yes Men have claimed responsibility and also set up a fake website
  • The sham front page says that Trump will leave the White House on May 1, 2109
  • It also introduces Mike Pence as president and calls him a "duck & # 39;
  • One activist said that & # 39; paper is a dream, it is no deceit & # 39;
  • But on Twitter, people said that they had received the paper outside Union Station and the White House, with one that made the move & # 39; problematic & # 39; called
  • Trump criticizes the real paper in his reports about his administration
  • He has referred to the occupied Real Post of Bezos as the Amazon Washington Post & # 39;

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A fake edition of The Washington Post is circulated around D.C. by jokers who claim that Donald Trump has resigned.

The real newspaper warned Wednesday that fake editions are printed and distributed in the city, as well as a sham website that goes online.

On the fake front page, & # 39; Unpresidented & # 39; with the false message that Trump would leave the White House on 1 May 2019.

It goes on & # 39; Trump hastily leaves the White House, and ends the crisis & # 39; with a second headline reading: "Celebrations come out worldwide as the Trump era ends.

The actual paper, owned by billionaire Jeff Bezos, was forced to tweet about the forgery and wrote: & # 39; There are fake print editions of The Washington Post across the center of DC and we are aware of a website that The Post is trying to to mimic. They are not Post products, and we are investigating this. & # 39;

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A fake version of The Washington Post is being shown around the American capital by jokers who claim that Donald Trump has resigned

A fake version of The Washington Post is being shown around the American capital by jokers who claim that Donald Trump has resigned

A fake version of The Washington Post is being shown around the American capital by jokers who claim that Donald Trump has resigned

The real newspaper was forced to issue a statement stating that they were "aware of a website that The Post" was trying to imitate & # 39 ;, when people went to Twitter to say that they were got one

The real newspaper was forced to issue a statement stating that they were "aware of a website that The Post" was trying to imitate & # 39 ;, when people went to Twitter to say that they were got one

The real newspaper was forced to issue a statement stating that they were "aware of a website that The Post" was trying to imitate & # 39 ;, when people went to Twitter to say that they were got one

The activists also set up a fake news website to look like The Washington Post and say the joke was in the making for nine months

The activists also set up a fake news website to look like The Washington Post and say the joke was in the making for nine months

The activists also set up a fake news website to look like The Washington Post and say the joke was in the making for nine months

WHAT DOES THE REAL FALSE NEWS SAY?

The main story is: & # 39; On May 1st, barely six months after the midterm elections, Donald Trump seems to have left the White House and renounced his role as president. & # 39;

It goes on & # 39; Trump hastily leaves the White House, and ends the crisis & # 39; with a second headline reading: "Celebrations come out worldwide as the Trump era ends.

There is also an article with the head & # 39; Fictional Washington Post spooky predicted real events & # 39;

It also introduces Mike Pence as president and calls him a "duck & # 39;

There are 64 accounts of which the sham claims that they would change America and an interview with a fake person who gets a push notification that Trump has resigned

Online people went to Twitter to say that they had received the document outside the Union station and the White House, with some people having a 'problematic & # 39; problematic & # 39; called.

One of them said: & @ 39; @washingtonpost you might want to deal with the lady who distributes false copies of the Post outside Union Station. I tried to explain why this is problematic but she did not have it. & # 39;

Another addition: & # 39; The fake @ WashingtonPost newspaper that is circulated through Union Station has a corresponding parody website and the source code is pretty amazing. & # 39;

Anti-Trump organizer L.A. Kauffman that she had handed out the paper on Wednesday and said the sham news was nine months in the making.

She told NPR: "This newspaper is a dream, it is not a deception."

The fake paper is reportedly the work of the author Onnesha Roychoudhuri and the activist jokers known as the Yes Men.

They wrote in a blog that & # 39; Thousands of commuters & # 39; the & # 39; spitting image & # 39; Got Washington Post.

The message reads: & # 39; It is anything but far-fetched. We already see unprecedented levels of protest and resistance. Now we just have to ask ourselves: what is the next step? This document provides a blueprint to help us regain our democracy. & # 39;

Activists distribute the lookalike fake edition The Washington Post outside the Union station

Activists distribute the lookalike fake edition The Washington Post outside the Union station

Anti-Trump organizer L.A. Kauffman, right, said she had handed out the document on Wednesday

Anti-Trump organizer L.A. Kauffman, right, said she had handed out the document on Wednesday

Activists distribute the lookalike fake edition The Washington Post outside the Union station. Anti-Trump organizer L.A. Kauffman, right, said she had handed out the document on Wednesday

Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to the real Post as the Amazon Washington Post & # 39;

Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to the real Post as the Amazon Washington Post & # 39;

Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to the real Post as the Amazon Washington Post & # 39;

In 2008, the same activists said they were behind the spread of fake copies of the New York Times who wrongly reported the end of the war in Iraq.

Trump has repeatedly referred to the real Post as the Amazon Washington Post.

He has been particularly critical of the document in his coverage of his administration and Jeff Bezos has often been the target on Twitter about what he regards as unfair reporting.

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