Will CHILD SUPPORT END BY BEGINNING OF 2018 Trump bill: fact check

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President Donald Trump and U.S. Congress voted yesterday on a bill that could change the world. Child support claims have said to come to an end and many officials are not happy about it.

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President Donald Trump and U.S. Congress voted yesterday on a bill that could change the world. Child support claims have said to come to an end and many officials are not happy about it. President Trump claims he will no longer for any party of parent to pay child support. Trump also says that ant reports of abuse or negligence to a child from either party will result in the child automatically being turned over to the State Child Welfare. Lawmakers are meeting Wednesday to finalize all changes before the effect will take place.

Viral Message Verification –  The website React365.com has come up again and this time, with news about  President Donald Trump and U.S. Congress voted yesterday on a bill that could change the world. Child support claims have said to come to an end and many officials are not happy about it.

There have been no verifiable news to confirm the reports of either the President or US Congress ending child support. It is simply false information generated by a prank web site.

There are many stories going on react365 many of which goes fake and does not holds any meaning. 

The "news" has been making the rounds on Facebook and other social media today it's nothing more than fake news.

All the information was posted on a website called React365.com, a hoax site that allows users to create their own stories with the supposed goal of pranking their friends. Not everyone is in on the joke, however, and the story has been shared more than 111,000 times.

The site does include a disclaimer at the bottom of its page: "This website is an entertainment website, news is created by users. These are humorous news, fantasy, fictional, that should not be seriously taken or as a source of information."



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