How to deal with trolls, fake news, and more at the Unite conference
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On Monday, October 14th, we’ll have a special edition of The Polygon Report podcast for you.
In this edition of the podcast, we will cover topics ranging from GamerGate to the Trump administration to the rise of “fake news” to the new wave of attacks against women in STEM and more.
The show will also feature guests from all over the world, including guests from the US, UK, Germany, and beyond.
This week’s guest: The President.
The president of the United States.
He’s a great guy, but his Twitter feed is full of lies and distortions.
If you don’t know who he is, don’t worry, it’s not that hard to figure out.
Let’s get started!
The president is one of the most hated people in America.
He is the man who spent millions of dollars to help people get into the United Kingdom after the EU referendum in the UnitedKorean.
He has a long history of lying about the facts of Brexit, even going so far as to claim that it wasn’t about EU membership.
He also claims to be a strong supporter of women, despite his own repeated lies.
His most recent lies about his campaign and his cabinet are so blatant, it makes you wonder if he was lying about Hillary Clinton too.
In the meantime, he’s trying to rewrite history.
This is just one example of his ongoing lies.
He may have the worst job approval rating in modern history.
But you probably don’t think about that because he’s a decent human being.
He actually cares about the people of the US.
He even wants to work with them.
That’s a good thing.
So why does he lie so much?
It’s because he has the power to change the country.
Here’s how Trump’s lies get reported: “He’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to the UnitedS of America” This is the one that the president and his lieutenants are trying to claim.
They can’t just make a story out of nothing.
They need to be able to point to some specific example that proves it.
There are dozens of examples that support their argument, and even if they are wrong, it doesn’t change the facts.
If Trump were to say something really outrageous, it would be widely covered, but if he said it about a celebrity who had just died, it wouldn’t be taken seriously.
But then again, there’s no evidence that he did anything about her death.
This one is just as ridiculous as the first one.
This one is actually a little more surprising.
The Washington Post reports that “Trump’s repeated statements about the 2016 election were the basis for his White House petition to force the election of Hillary Clinton as the next president.”
The petition was signed by more than 250,000 people, with many of them saying that Trump was “unqualified” for the presidency and “unfit” for office.
Trump had to lie about Clinton, and lie about Trump, and then he could lie about everything else.
It was a classic political trick to keep his base happy, but Trump is also an incredibly clever person who knows how to manipulate the press and public.
The fact that he has been able to get so much traction by lying about Clinton is proof that he knows how effective this tactic is.
Trump’s lieutenant, Steve Bannon, is the former head of Breitbart News and a Trump supporter who helped organize the election.
He used the platform to falsely claim that the election results were stolen.
Bannon’s lie has been repeated by Trump’s lieutants, including Steve Bannon himself, who now works for the Trump campaign.
Trump has also used lies about the Clinton Foundation to distract people from the real problems of the country, like ISIS, the Iran deal, and other matters.
He lied about the size of his inauguration crowd, as well as his refusal to release his tax returns.
But his lies are nothing compared to his ability to change reality.
Trump and Bannon are not the only ones who lie to distract the public from the problems facing the country and the problems that need fixing.
A number of other politicians lie as well, but they’re usually the ones who do it for political reasons.
In fact, there are a lot of them.
The lie that Trump uses to try and gain political advantage is the lie that he and Bannon have been telling for the last four years.
They have been lying about all kinds of problems, and they have used the press to get elected.
This includes lying about how they’ll pay for Trump’s wall.
Trump has been lying a lot lately, too.
On Monday evening, he told a reporter that he is “a very smart person, very smart” and “a smart businessman.”
But he then said, “There’s a lot going on with my life.
You’ve heard about me.
And there’s a little bit of stuff I have to deal and deal with.
But you know what?
I’m very smart, and I’m a very
On Monday, October 14th, we’ll have a special edition of The Polygon Report podcast for you.In this edition of the…