Social Media News has it that President Trump worshipped with Jehovah’s Witnesses during a meeting that took place on Thursday at the group’s meeting place, Kingdom Hall.

No, the President didn’t worship with Jehovah’s Witnesses neither has he encountered or met with the group after the Russia ban issue.

The said ‘news’ comes from a fake and unpopular website that calls itself ab.cnews! If you take a critical look at the URL, you’ll notice it is a deceptive address in imitation of the real abcnews.com. The fake website ab.cnewsgo.com is a lazy deceptive clone. The fake website’s URL is cnewsgo.com which, for the purpose of deceit, added a sub-domain (ab.) to make it look like abcnews. However, a careful observation of the URL clearly shows ab.cnews (+go.com)!

There’s however, no ‘real’ author behind the article. This is all fake! Please delete any copy of such ‘news’ and never forward them. Don’t help to spread a fake news!

To All JWs:

w15 10/15 pp. 30-32

“May we therefore resist the urge to forward information quickly and indiscriminately. When we read sensational news items, remember that love is not unduly suspicious; nor is it naive or gullible.”

Please be wise.

Philemon O'Arpelleh

Philemon O'Arpelleh (Philarpy) is the Founder (CEO) of Oxelle Media. He is a young talented Professional Teacher, Tech Writer & works part time as a Graphics & Web Designer. Currently, he's working as a Web Designer @PMP. He simply loves Research & Publishing.

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Email: philarpy@oxelle.com

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