ABC issued a correction and apology Monday for reportedly using video from a Kentucky gun range while falsely claiming it depicted a fierce battle between Syrian Kurds and Turkish forces.
The same footage aired Monday in an early morning World News Now segment, where it was dated to October 11 and described as "video obtained by ABC News" that "appears to show the fury of the Turkish attack on the border town of Tel Abyed".
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The multimillionaire instead focused on digital and TV advertising, pouring $11 million of his own money into the race. President Trump won there in 2016 by almost 400,000 votes and is expected to do similarly well in the state next year.
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It refers to the Military Gun Shoot & Military Gun Show, a biannual event held at Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Kentucky. "ABC regrets this error", reads tweets from the accounts of both shows on Monday morning. "ABC News regrets the error", an ABC News spokesperson told Gizmodo via email.
ABC News apparently used an edited version of the Kentucky footage, which includes shots of the audience using cell phones to record the weapons show.
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The clip was also featured on "Good Morning America" on Monday morning. Numerous Kurdish forces and civilians, who were once backed by the USA for their campaign against ISIS, have died in the campaign.
This ABC News broadcast is obviously bad news for people who value accuracy in journalism and it's sure to provide even more ammunition to pro-Trump supporters who insist that mainstream news outlets are deliberately trying to deceive people.