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Trump floats grand idea of great American 'fake news' contest

Congress returned to work on Monday with must-pass legislation on the docket for the Republican Party. Meanwhile:

A few minutes later, Trump tweeted an article about a pre-taped Thanksgiving segment of MSNBC's Morning Joe, which had been shared by his director of social media:

It wasn't immediately clear how ratings factor into the race for the FAKE NEWS TROPHY, only that Morning Joe is definitely a frontrunner.

Over the holiday weekend, Trump also feuded with Time magazine and promoted "the recent editorial in The Wall Street Journal @WSJ about what a complete disaster the @CFPB has been under its leader from previous administration, who just quit!" The president also shared that "@FoxNews is MUCH more important in the United States than CNN, but outside of the U.S., CNN International is still a major source of (fake) news, and they represent our nation to the WORLD very poorly."