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Fact-check: Are terror attacks underreported by the media?

  • Aired: 02/21/2017
  • 05:50
  • Rating: NR
President Trump and his team have repeatedly said that the news media either ignores or pays less attention to terrorist incidents, prompting White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to release a list of past attacks. Judy Woodruff speaks with Philip Bump of The Washington Post to fact-check the accuracy of those claims, and to examine the possible strategy behind Spicer’s list.
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