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By Claire Atkinson
A graph that mistakenly points out that President Donald Trump reduces the aid to "three Mexican countries."
Early in the morning, in the Fox & Friends segment, a full-range graphic at the bottom of the screen, known as chyron, read: "Trump reduces aid to three Mexican countries" instead of transmitting Trump's statement that it reduces foreign aid to three countries Central America: Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, as a result of the flow of migrants across the US border with Mexico
Ed Henry, co-founder of the program on weekends, cleared the case ̵
Chiron remained alive for about 30 seconds – that was long enough for Twitter to be able to remove the error.
audio. But they are viral, "said news analyst Andrew Tindal. "It's a simple matter to appoint an additional employee to double-check airborne charts and chirons before they are posted – and the potential failure of a failed graphical error correction is far more viral than for audio errors."  Newsrooms are always mistaken, and Fox News issues a fix.
But this highlights the main problem in the news business. Did he write latin that hiiiron? I would be surprised if that was the case. about someone with a major underreporting of geography? ., taking advantage of the opportunity to make a shot in the network, which was very critical to a young politician. "They are the same people who claim their superiority, diminishing the minds and good faith of others,"
One journalist pointed to the potential underlying n roblem "in the information business, casting doubt on whether the Latin Americans Reporter CBS News Camilo Montoya-Galves wrote a tweet
Others in Twitter knew the situation easier by comparing "three Mexican countries" to Fox with the movie "Three Amigos"
The mistake was was first noticed by the Twitter account named @BadFoxGraphics.