COMMENTARYIt’s OK to at least talk about it, no?

By Alexandra Tompson Posted on: | 12 May 2017

Alternative facts are causing outrage across the Atlantic. Triggered by an exaggerated description of Trump’s inauguration crowd numbers, even the dictionary stepped in. Merriam-Webster tweeted ‘a fact is a piece of information presented as having objective reality’. And while the American debate rages, Europe is experiencing a lockdown of alternative views.

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Alexandra Tompson

Legal Analyst, Veritas Scholar

Alexandra Tompson serves ADF International as legal analyst and Veritas Scholar in Vienna, Austria.

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