A former prime minister of Sweden just retaliated to Trump's references to terrorist attacks that didn't actually happen by giving a piece of advice that all Americans could benefit from: watch something other than Fox News.
Donald Trump referenced a story from Fox News about a terrorist attack to support his stance on his failed travel ban, trying to show that it would somehow stop future attacks from happening. There's a couple problems with that argument, but the biggest one was… that story didn't turn out to be true.
When it was debunked, did he take responsibility for spreading “fake news” like any other decent person would? Of course not, he just blamed Fox News.
“When you look at what’s happening in Germany, when you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden — Sweden!” he said during a rally, “Who would believe this? Sweden! They took in large numbers, they’re having problems like they never thought possible.”
When he heard about this, former prime minister of Sweden, Carl Bildt, told CNN, “That he blames it on Fox News, well, we expect the president of the United States to have sources of information that goes beyond Fox News.”
How did we end up with this orange buffoon? People with actual experience in running a country or holding some sort of office should be in this position, since they'd know you have to check more than one source before basing policy on it. He has no place to talk about “fake news” if he doesn't even know how to gather information himself.