(David Patraeus, Paula Broadwell)
The station claims a reporter was trying to get an image of the real book from the internet, and didn't notice the image was Photoshopped until the story aired.
A reporter for Fox 5 in New York was fooled by a concept video from a year ago, and accidentally claimed the new iPhone has a feature that is currently impossible. This is why fact-checking is important, kids.
Yes, that is a dude taking a leak behind the president.
During their tribute to veterans at the Democratic National Convention last week, they accidentally included an image of Soviet-era Russian warships.
"Due to vendor error, incorrect images appeared briefly on screen behind fifty-one veterans during the convention and the DNCC apologizes for this mistake," one DNC spokeswoman said.
You... you know you guys are f**king stupid, right?
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