If you ask 10 people today who the most trusted person is in America, you’re likely to get 10 different answers ■ By David Porter / Contributed Fake news has been around forever. I know I practiced it with some frequency when I was a kid. Back then, we called it fibbing. Had I thought at the time to call it “news,” I might have been more successful at it. History is rife with examples of fake news. Who can forget Orson Welles’ radio broadcast, The War of the Worlds? Well, it was in 1938, so, really, who can remember it? But we learned about it in school and how it
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