"Fake news" is a term that has become extremely popular over the last few months, thanks in no small part to President Trump. Fake news has become a catch-all phrase for the President's distrust of many mainstream media outlets, and has been mentioned by the President in numerous tweets and live TV appearances. President Trump has popularised the term "fake news"As you might expect, the exact match domain name FakeNews.com is getting a lot of attention. When a phrase becomes this popular, the value of the exact match domain typically increases. This is exactly what has happened here with FakeNews.com. After receiving many enquiries, the owner of the domain FakeNews.com, George Bacon, employed the services of a domain broker, Dan Sanchez (@DanSanchez) of NameAlpha, to help sell this domain that was acquired for $250 twelve years ago. Yesterday, Dan was featured on ABC 10 in California, where he spoke about the domain name in a short interview with Robert Santos of 10News, which is included in full below. Dan has revealed that there are "hundreds" of offers on the table for FakeNews.com. On a daily basis, between three and twenty requests via the FakeNews.com website. Dan also revealed that just a couple of days ago an offer of $75,000 was received, with more than ten six-figure offers. With anywhere between four hundred and a thousand views per day, FakeNews.com is certainly attracting interest. According to Dan, it's likely that the domain will sell within the next couple of months. Here is ABC 10's report in full.