With the steep decline of credibility in the media, specifically cable news, you'd think talent would safeguard whatever shred they have left.
Someone tell that to CNN's Jake Tapper. Tapper retweeted a post from #DenaldJTrumpJr about the President's tax returns and the Comey memo. After the Twittersphere lit up that the account was not real and a parody, Tapper sent a tweet that made it appear like he knew it was fake all along. Nice try, Jake.
First of all, talent shouldn't be retweeting anything that isn't verified and vetted. We think Tapper should include himself in the group that mistake parody accounts for real ones. Makes you wonder if he knows the difference between 'real' news and 'fake' news?