Trump and Putin to reveal details of first official summit
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June 27, 20184 min read, 756 words

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Published: June 27, 2018  |  4 min read, 756 words
Donald Trump and have agreed a time and place to hold their first official summit, a senior Russian official announced on Wednesday.The Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov told journalists that the summit will be held in a country other than or the United States. The date and ...
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Surface Level
June 27, 2018
I reviewed this article as 'Surface Level' because the article provides almost no new information. It appears to be mostly a headline to draw in readers even though they have very little to no information worth presenting at this time. With that said, there are a few small takeaways in the article and it is accurate in the bits and fragments that it does state.
June 27, 2018
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Credible
June 29, 2018
Yes, this article is surface level stuff but it IS valid and verifiably correct material. Also, it is useful information for people who might not have been paying that much attention to this issue.
June 29, 2018
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Credible
June 30, 2018
yes it is Surface Level to some degree
June 30, 2018
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Surface Level
June 30, 2018
The information is apparently accurate, but it is certainly surface-level. It didn't provide any new information. The headline is misleading, because we don't know what it is they're actually going to do. Of course, they will provide new details. That doesn't really mean anything.
June 30, 2018
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Appeal to Authority
July 3, 2018
"He said US policy had not changed on sanctions imposed after Russia seized Crimea, and, asked about Moscow’s interference in US elections, said" Referring to allegations as fact without any context surrounding these issues is merely repeating the official western narrative. Funny how everyone see's this as surface level yet doesn't see the need to question the lack of context surrounding the allegations. We can't afford to allow one sided reporting to like this to continue. How can people draw logical conclusions when they are denied both sides of the issues ? Stating one side of the issue's stance without even mentioning the other side's view is basically saying Russia must be both wrong and guilty when at one point in the piece the author actually admits "alleged" meddling in elections while ignoring the west's interference in Russian elections in the 90's as well as it's covert operations leading up to the ordeal in Ukraine or our involvement in funding "moderate rebels"(cough, cough) in Syria. You don't have to try very hard to write with some actual fact and present both sides fairly enough to allow the reader to decide who to believe. Unfortunately this is not the case in this piece.
July 3, 2018
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Surface Level
June 28, 2018
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June 27, 2018
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