CNN correspondent Jim Acosta erred on Thursday when he said it was "fake news" for President Trump, speaking Thursday in Poland, to state that it was "three or four" intelligence agencies who concluded that Russia had meddled in the 2016 election.
The New York Times last week, however, prominently corrected its own reporting on the matter.
In a story about Trump's "deflections and denials about Russia," it originally stated that "17 American intelligence agencies" concluded Russia had interfered in the election.
The Times' subsequent correction said "the assessment was made by four intelligence agencies"
Worse and worse. A complete train wreck.