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It is both sad and frustrating that "The Yodel" (Yahoo's daily newsletter) appears to be yet another biased media outlet for its writers or owners to present an extremely slanted (if not twisted) version of the truth to further their own political views. The Oct 2nd newsletter had the following headline:
"Melania's former friend and adviser released audio of the First Lady complaining about having to decorate for Christmas, among other things. In fact, she said, “Who gives a f*** about Christmas stuff?” Just in time for Halloween."
That is disgustingly taken out of context and anyone who listened to the full transcript knows it. Even the full article fails to mention the context in which it was said and what was meant. I don't for a second believe that your writer's are that inept and shallow to not understand this, but rather they are using this media platform as a way to spread very misleading information, that likely furthers their own political agenda. It is wrong and disgusting. I am deleting my subscription to the Yodel which I very recently subscribed to and will recommend to the 6 other people I had subscribe to delete theirs as well. This is not the first time The Yodel has present twisted, misleading, half-truths. Shame on Verizon, Yahoo, The Yodel and anyone else involved with such biased 'reporting'. This country needs leadership at ALL levels, and as a news outlet, which likely wants to be taken seriously, you have to step up and disavow yourselves from this sham reporting - indeed this 'fake news'.