U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted an article purportedly showing his “accomplishment list” Saturday night. The tweet, which by Trump's standards – not mentioning the fact Trump included a broken link – appeared to be just a fairly benign boast, quickly made headlines as the website which created the article is best known for promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
“Wow, even I didn’t realize we did so much. Wish the Fake News would report! Thank you,” tweeted Trump with a link to magapill.com.
Magapill.com's "About" section claims, "MAGAPILL is here to ensure that President Trump’s Legacy is properly documented" and ends with the warning, "President Donald Trump is only the beginning."
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The website has reportedly run stories in the past claiming that Hillary Clinton's campaign was behind the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich, a theory also supported by Fox New's Sean Hannity. The site has also claimed that "certain bloodlines" have corrupted banking and that George Soros, along with the Vatican, controls the world.
The site even went so far as to publish a "flow chart" charting Jewish influence over banking. The chart stated, "Banking families, Certain bloodline families have dominated global financial institutions, including: BIS, FED, IMF, World Bank, Wall Street."