That's a pretty anticlimactic list given that Trump has referred to the free press as an "enemy of the people", which is literally a Stalinist tactic to delegitimize the free press, and it's particularly sad that of the rather petty things on the list, at least one is actually a clearly false claim of "fake news". It certainly pales in comparison to running lists of "fake news" spread by Trump himself.
which include far more consequential lies than whether or not someone shook his hand or if he was the first to overfeed some fish.
Number 6 is "CNN FALSELY edited a video to make it appear President Trump defiantly overfed fish during a visit with the Japanese prime minister. Japanese prime minister actually led the way with the feeding." The evidence provided is a looped GIF made by someone on the internet, depending on what you decide is the beginning of loop I guess it could appear that trump is the first to dump his box food, but that's only if you don't understand how a looped video works.
The actual CNN video is here
, and clearly shows Abe first dumping his box of fish food, so CNN never actually did what the award claims. If you're going to have "Fake news" awards which criticize sloppy reporting, don't use sloppy reporting yourself in making the awards.