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Broadcast networks lost interest in anti-Trump Steele dossier once it was debunked, study says

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‘Zero seconds is a far cry from the exhaustive amount of time the evening nets initially spent on what turned out to be a total hoax,’ Geoffrey Dickens wrote

By Brian Flood

Fox News

Flagship evening newscasts on ABC, NBC and CBS breathlessly covered the now-discredited Steele dossier and the narrative that Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign colluded with Russia for years but suddenly lost interest when Special Counsel John Durham discredited it, according to a new study.

“Russia, Russia, Russia! The media obsession over the Steele dossier and the ensuing investigation over it dominated their coverage of the first few years of the Trump administration,” Media Research Center director of media analysis Geoffrey Dickens wrote.

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