(The Hill) -- Reince Priebus learned a hard lesson over the past six months and Americans should pay attention to it. After leaving his job as White House chief of staff last week, Priebus told Sean Hannity that the national press is flat-out "dishonest."
"What I find to be amazing is how narratives are set and a lot of it is not true. ... The most breathtaking thing for me has been the difference between what the truth is and what often gets reported."
Priebus was referring to story lines that have taken deep root in the anti-Trump media.
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The most prominent one is that Russia and the Trump campaign worked together to sabotage Hillary Clinton's presidential run. Hundreds of stories have run bolstering that theory; many of them driven by rank speculation and the use of anonymous sources that are clearly opposed to Trump.