Make your own selections from the
Self curate your own selection of headline news from the Historical Archive of the Donald J. Trump Presidency as compiled by Eric Kunsman. Starting on November 9th 2016, (the day after the election) Kunsman started compiling the major daily news feeds in a side by side format and has continued right through the present with the goal of producing a hardbound three volume set. Due to the shear volume of news Eric is currently working on the fifth volume. Images will be available in the gallery for you to sort through, curate your own collection and share on social media. The complete archive is available online for everyone to participate remotely by (Re)Viewing, (Re)Reading & (Re)Posting.
As the 2020 election approaches, this is a chance to revisit the headlines lost or forgotten, look at the real issues and the outrageous ones meant to distract. Find the issues that matter to you… and (Re)Broadcast on your favorite social media platform using the following hashtags:
#FakeNewsArchiveProject #DonaldTrumpArchive #Archiveof45 #WeCannotForget #HistoricalArchive #MediaConversation #WhatIsFakeNews #LookAtTheEvents #PresidentialElection2020 #LookAtHistory #HeadlineNews #NothingIsFake #DonalJTrumpPresidency #www.fakenewsarchiveproject.com
On Social Media: October 14th – 24th
Reception by Appointment*: October 15th, 2020 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
In the Gallery: October 15th – November 13th
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*subject to current capacity restrictions, masks required
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