How the boom in fake news has affected the election coverage

BOROON, Ga.

(AP) How the booming boom in the fake news on the Internet has affected coverage of the presidential election has been a source of frustration for many voters.

The Associated Press is tracking the online reaction to the election results, as well as how the election will affect the future of the nation.

We’ve tracked the way people have interpreted the results of the election, the online responses to them and what they’re saying about the results in other parts of the country.

We’re seeing a big uptick in reactions from people who don’t believe the polls are reliable.

We have a lot of people who are frustrated with the results.

They’re feeling like they’ve been lied to, that they should’ve gotten a better result.

So, there’s a lot going on here, I think, for many Americans who were expecting a change in the way the country works and the way we communicate, and I think that it will be very disruptive to the future.

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