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Twitter Loses Its Mind Over Inability to Access ‘Fake News Awards’ Website

President Donald Trump has been talking a yuge game about his “Fake News Awards.” And it turns out that – despite many people’s skepticism – they’ve actually happened.

But there’s just one tiny hiccup – it’s been very difficult to access the page announcing the winners.

A quick refresher: Trump first announced these awards on Twitter on January 7:

He then, in true Trump fashion, changed the date of said awards to today, the 17th:

Five o’clock came and went, leaving many to wonder whether the president had told another one of his many lies and there were actually no fake news awards, but lo and behold, they did arrive a few hours later.

As of this writing, the link to the awards – hosted on the GOP’s home page, no less – has been working only sporadically.

Naturally, Twitter had a field day:

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