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After Strange Conversation Between Bill Clinton And Tony Blair Emerges Online, Its Creator Comes Clean

Recently, a Twitter page called "History Lovers Club" shared a transcript which they claimed showed a "genuine conversation" between then President Bill Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. The post quickly went viral, and it's easy to see why...

The problem? It's fake. In 2016, the BBC made a Freedom of Information request and received genuine transcripts between the two. While there were some strange topics of conversation, there was nothing quite like the above image. 

Following the release of the documents, comedy writer Michael Spicer decided to copy the formatting of the real documents and create some hilarious false excerpts, which he posed on his Tumblr account. The castle rant? That's one of his. 

And after the recent post went viral, Spicer made sure everyone knew it was fake. 

Don't believe everything you read, like these people probably did: 

FAKE NEWS!

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