No, fake news really exists, although it the term has been coopted to mean "stuff I don't agree with."
That's not correct - it's a looney left talking point. The two items that I referenced are *factually* incorrect. The MLK bust was never removed from the White House, this isn't someone's "opinion", it's a fact. Likewise, Trump became President on January 21, 2017. So if someone was detained at the airport in December of 2016, it had nothing to do with now President Trump. It had to do with President Obama. Again, not an "opinion", not "stuff I don't agree with", instead it is "fact".
Both items were passed off as "news" by seemingly legitimate news organizations. Both items are fake news - literally fake. There are plenty of other examples, but, newsflash: Media Matters isn't going to tell you about it.
You continue to fail at understanding "Fake News." The MLK bust story was MISTAKENLY incorrect, and it WAS CORRECTED. Fake news sites INTENTIONALLY LIE and DO NOT CORRECT.