Sam Stein: ‘I Don’t Think Fake News Contributed’ to Hillary’s Loss

‘I think it played a role in the conversation of the election’

SCARBOROUGH: "So Mika, what do you think about Hillary Clinton coming out and talking about fake news?"

BRZEZINSKI: "I'm not sure. I'm really sad about how things have happened. Honestly, that's what I think of."

STEIN: "The context of course is what happened --"

BRZEZINSKI: "I know the context."

STEIN: "Apparently she did call this guy -- I don't think fake news contributed to her loss. I'm not saying that.

SCARBOROUGH: "That's what she's suggesting."

STEIN: "I know, and I think that's wrong. I think it played a role in the conversation of the election. I don't think that's disputable. But it is a big problem, right? It's huge in our industry.

BRZEZINSKI: "It's been a big problem for about ten years."

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